- Nombre Proyecto: SON LLÀTZER HOSPITAL
- Localización Proyecto: Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Son Llàtzer Hospital has a system that reduces electricity consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into the atmosphere. This technology is based on the trigeneration system to produce electricity, from which the energy needed for air conditioning and hot water is generated.
This trigeneration system allows the hospital to produce a significant part of the energy it consumes, specifically 50% of the calorific and 40% of the refrigerator energies. The rest of the requirements are covered by means of a support system consisting of combustion and refrigeration boilers. The implementation of this technology allows Son Llàtzer to reduce electrical energy consumption by almost 55%, since cold air is produced from an absorption machine and four condensed water chillers. This system also achieves a reduction of 6,804 tons per year in the volume of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.