How to keep your car cool for the summer and beyond
Posted September 03, 2019 03:02:24A little bit of wind and sunshine are sure to make your summer a lot cooler, thanks to the arrival of the solar power industry, and an even greater boost in the demand for cooling air.
Air-cooling gas turbines are now in wide use in many of the world’s major cities and are being deployed on major roads and highways across the globe, with the likes of Dubai, Singapore, Singapore’s capital, and Los Angeles being just some of the cities that have installed them.
A recent report by energy consultant PwC revealed that more than 1,200 gigawatts of air-conditioning capacity had been installed in the US between January and June this year.
“The rise in demand for air-con cooling is the most pronounced since the 1980s and the second-most since 2000,” said PwCo chief economist Brian Murphy.
“These systems are expected to be the most-used of the renewable energy sector and the cheapest to install in the medium term.”
A recent study by the University of Queensland, in conjunction with consultancy Energies, revealed that air-condenser power stations accounted for a quarter of the global electricity generation in 2020.
While the energy sector may have been the main driver of air cooling, there were other factors that contributed to the increase in demand.
A major driver of the rise in air-Cooling demand is the growth in demand in the renewable industry, said PWC.
“Solar and wind are two of the fastest growing renewable energy sources,” said Murphy.
“Solar is also a cleaner energy source than coal, which is why it’s seen more adoption than coal in recent years.”
The key to keeping your car cooled in summer is to keep the temperature to below 30 degrees Celsius, said Murphy, and that means using air-heated gas turbines or cool gas giant.
“Cool gas is a relatively low-temperature, low-density gas and it is used in the cooling of air systems such as air conditioners,” he said.
“It’s also a low-cost energy source and a great way to cool a vehicle without the need for a massive investment in expensive, high-tech cooling technology.”
There are three primary types of aircooling:AeroCool is the first type, which uses a compressor to suck in air.
It uses an electric motor and can be powered by electricity, but can also be powered from an on-board battery.
This type of airconditioner is usually used in hotels and other spaces where cooling air is critical.
Aero-Cool gas turbines have a compressor that sucks in air at a lower temperature than the rest of the vehicle.
This makes them more efficient than standard gas-fired power plants, but also generates heat.
Cool gas has a higher density than regular gas and has a very low friction coefficient.
It also produces more heat.
“Aero Cool gas turbines can also cool a car with less noise, as they have a lower operating noise than standard compressor-driven air conditioner systems,” said Mr Murphy.
However, when it comes to keeping the temperature below 30 degree Celsius, the air-Heated Gas (A-G) system is also more efficient.
This system uses a turbine that is powered by compressed air, and uses an on/off switch to switch between the A-G and normal A-C systems.
This system has a compressor which sucks in the compressed air.
It then converts it into steam.
This method has been used on cars in Australia since the mid-1990s.
A-Cool is another type of system, which can also operate in a traditional, on-demand manner.
However in the United States, this system is usually a little slower to cool the car, because it takes more energy to generate the heat, which reduces the efficiency of the cooling system.
Aircooling is still in its infancy in the global air-supply market, and is not yet widely available to consumers, but there are a number of innovative and affordable options on the market.
For instance, there is the SolarCool system, developed by California-based Tesla, which provides an efficient and cost-effective way to air cool the vehicle without a compressor.
The company has installed more than 6,000 of the systems around the country and expects to have more than 20,000 in the UK.
“Tesla has been incredibly supportive of this system,” said Mike Schreiber, chief executive officer of SolarCool.
“They have been very encouraging of the work we have done to develop the product.
We are very happy with the performance of the product and look forward to the development of the rest.”
SolarCool has also been making significant advances over the last few years.
“We have seen significant advancements in the last year and we are now producing systems for all models,” said Schreber.
“In addition to that, the technology has improved