Zero Net Energy Technology Application Guide: Indirect Evaporative Cooling

Guideline / November 3, 2014 / Zero Net Energy

With Zero Net Energy (ZNE) a growing building design and energy policy trend, design firms and owners are striving to meet heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) loads with optimum comfort and minimal energy. Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC) offers a highly efficient way to cool an indoor space without raising the humidity.This ZNE Technology Application Guide provides an overview of Indirect Evaporative Cooling - an approach that can be combined with, or in some cases replace, traditional or advanced cooling systems to significantly reduce cooling energy use.

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With Zero Net Energy (ZNE) a growing building design and energy policy trend, design firms and owners are striving to meet heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) loads with optimum comfort and minimal energy. Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC) offers a highly efficient way to cool an indoor space without raising the humidity.This ZNE Technology Application Guide provides an overview of Indirect Evaporative Cooling – an approach that can be combined with, or in some cases replace, traditional or advanced cooling systems to significantly reduce cooling energy use.