CCHP with Adsorption: Proven Results

How can our energy supply be made efficient, climate-friendly and economically sensible? In this context, Offenburg University of Applied Sciences has investigated the use of adsorption chillers from FAHRENHEIT in the Laboratory for Energy Network Systems. The results of the extensive measurement campaign have now been published in a special edition of the engineering newspaper HLH.

This publication confirms the great potential of our machines for use in process and air-conditioning cooling: In addition to the high electrical efficiency when operating with pure waste heat, the energy network with a CHP unit as a combined heat, power and cooling system also showed convincing advantages. With grid-compatible operation, both energy efficiency was increased and operating costs were reduced.

To learn more about FAHRENHEIT’s adsorption cooling systems and the results of the study, you can download the special issue of the HLH* here.

* © VDI Fachmedien GmbH & Co.KG, Düsseldorf 2020,

Save the date! – CIO Innovation Workshop, 26.11.2020

Many manufacturing companies are rethinking their corporate strategies as they experience increased pressure to innovate and become more sustainable. The CLEANTECH Initiative Ostdeutschland (CIO) works to support these types of companies in the eastern federal states of Germany in growing their businesses sustainably with clean technologies.

As a part of the CIO’s digital innovation workshop on November 26th, 2020, FAHRENHEIT’s Head of Sales, Gregor Feig, will be giving a short presentation on our highly efficient cooling systems. FAHRENHEIT’s adsorption technology transforms heat into cold without synthetic refrigerants, saving up to 80% of energy and requiring almost no maintenance. After the presentation, there will be a discussion session where participants will have the opportunity to ask any specific questions they may have about our energy-efficient cooling systems.

The workshop is open to members of the CIO network and is free of charge.

Learn more about how FAHRENHEIT energy efficient cooling systems can save energy and natural resources by turning heat into cold.