CMR has provided extensive research and developments efforts into the AquaField™ project for our client Hammertech AS.
The emphasis on energy efficiency and new building codes that restrict the use of energy for heating have increased the interest for Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) systems in Norway the last decennium, but the last few years show a decline in new installations.
Per Thorvaldsen, HiB; Henne, Ingvar;
This paper presents the results from a field trial that was performed during a 4?year period on a 5.5?km long radio link path operating at 26?GHz in Prague. The purpose was to investigate the amount of attenuation due to precipitation and its yearly variations.
Svalbard (Spitsbergen) is an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean situated north of mainland Europe. The 61 000 km2 large Artic archipelago is an international territory regulated by the Svalbard Treaty of 1920. All energy and heat production on Svalbard is based on fossil fuels in the form of locally mined coal or imported diesel.