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Honolulu Seawater Air Gets Cool Investment Partner

September 28, 2010

Industry leader, Capital Cooling Group of Stockholm, Sweden, has made a major investment in Honolulu Seawater Air Conditioning’s downtown project.

Bill Mahlum, CEO of Honolulu Seawater Air Conditioning (HSWAC), said, “This investment is a great expression of confidence in the renewable energy project’s ability to continue its march toward construction and operation.”

Infographic by Hawaii Bizjournal

Using cold, deep ocean water as a source for cooling is a relatively straight forward process of pumping up cold water and using a heat exchanger to chill a fresh water system that is distributed to buildings to cool air for air conditioning.  The electricity hungry process of using chilling systems to cool the water is far less efficient. By using readily available, naturally occuring deep ocean water the energy savings is 70 to 80 percent.  Conventional air conditioning is the largest single electrical energy consumer in Hawaii’s hotels, offices and residential condos.

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