We offer new refrigeration solution greatly reducing CO2 emissions. DAC Cooler for HVAC and refrigeration uses no chemical freons, decreases temperature by -90°C and uses 30% less electricity.
The global cooling market is huge - half a trillion EUR today and is growing by 12% annually.
Several trends are still driving the market:
- growth of the food and medical sector,
- growing demand for air conditioners, especially in Asia and Africa,
- global warming, which affects even the so far colder countries.
Today we focus on 2 customer groups:
• logistic operators using refrigerated containers, and
• users of central air conditioning systems.
Currently we have MVP (TRL6) and are running pilot tests and demonstrations.
Problem or Opportunity
Cooling is one of the key technologies of the 21st century. It provides comfort, preserves food, drugs, and vaccines, and keeps the internet up and running. By 2060, we will be using more energy for cooling than for heating, and there will be 14 billion AC units in the world.
Current cooling technology has a negative impact on the environment - by the middle of the century, it will generate 27% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Mainly for two reasons: First, cooling uses a lot of electricity. Second, it uses hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) which are 4,000 times more harmful than CO2.
Solution (product or service)
We have developed a breakthrough approach to cooling that can replace existing technology in all types of cooling systems. Our solution is based on 7 years of R&D work, is patented and proven by the market. Dynamic Air Cooling technology transforms warm air into cold air by combining a series of thermodynamic processes. Globally, our technology can reduce CO2 emissions from air conditioning and refrigeration by 50-100%.
1) B2B Direct sales of refrigeration equipment: The main source of revenues in 2022-2024. The price will vary according to the cooling capacity of the unit: e.g. € 10,000 for a unit with a cooling capacity of 10 kW.
2) Licensing: Licensing will be a key scaling factor in the long run. This will allow access to new markets through already existing local and regional producers. Licenses are based on kW of cooling capacity and number of units (control over separate markets and future technology development).