WAIKIKI SEAWATER AIR CONDITIONING

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How It Works

Typical SWAC systems consist of cold deep sea water pumped up from the bottom of the sea and passed through a heat exchanger in a District Cooling Plant where it is used to cool fresh water. The warmer sea water is returned to the ocean in a thermally neutral process. The colder fresh water is circulated to the buildings connected to the system.

District Cooling

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  • District Cooling systems generate and distribute thermal energy on a community basis. Chilled water produced from a central plant is distributed via an underground distribution system to several buildings in a district for air conditioning purposes.
  • The warmer sea water is returned to the ocean in a thermally neutral process.
  • The colder fresh water is circulated to the buildings connected to the system.
  • District Cooling provides high reliability (generally 99.99% or greater) and provides for the availability of cooling service 24hrs/day, 365 days/year.

Waikiki SWAC Proposed Service Area

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Contact us

Keep in touch with us

Phone:
[808] 592-2345

Fax:
[808] 592-2350

Address:
1701 Ala Wai Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96815
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