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Chiller - Johnson Controls - Facility Management Product Release
York absorption chiller uses PV waste-heat recovery technology designed to convert 75 percent of energy from sunlight into energy. The system qualifies for state and utility incentives across North America, especially in warm climates, and integrates into any building controls system, according to the company. It generates hot water for the absorption chiller to air-condition buildings and electricity to reduce demand from the power grid. The solution features a solar-collector system developed by Cogenra.
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