Solar and Energy Storage Powered Air Conditioning Systems for Hawaiin Classrooms

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he solar and energy storage air conditioners are powered by outdoor cabinets that house up to ten SimpliPhi PHI 3.4kWh batteries. The solution helps to control energy costs for schools, which until now has been a major barrier to adding AC to classrooms.

Students at Hawaii’s Waialua High and Intermediate on the island of O’ahu are returning to school this year to solar and energy storage powered air conditioned classrooms from project partners SimpliPhi PowerAmeresco Solar and Haleakala Solar. As part of the statewide Heat Abatement Program, schools can receive hybrid solar air conditioning units and implement other cooling strategies to bring relief to students currently enduring sweltering educational environments that can reach up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit and make learning a challenge. The solution of classroom AC powered by solar and energy storage helps to control energy costs for schools, which until now has been a major barrier to adding AC to classrooms.

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