Grant Funds will help develop geothermal technology for energy savings CINCINNATI — Melink Solar & Geo Inc. has been awarded grant funding by the United States Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). This funding will enable Melink to accelerate the research and development of its hybrid geothermal HVAC system, which stores energy using thermal …
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Melink Corp. – Included in Zero Carbon Buildings Research
Delivering Zero Carbon Buildings Dr. Wei Pan of the University of Hong Kong published his research on Zero Carbon Buildings (ZCB) this year. Pan concludes that though ZCB is gaining momentum worldwide, the model and policies for ZCB are unclear. In order to satisfy the urgent need of mainstreaming this practice,zero carbon parameters must be integrated into project delivery systems. …
On Friday April 26th, 2013 Cedarville University will dedicate its large-scale solar power system that converts sunlight into clean electricity to help meet the growing power requirements of the campus. The 2,154 kilowatt solar array was built on the southwest edge of the campus by Cincinnati-based Melink Corporation, which was also responsible for the development, engineering, construction, and operation of the system.
Since the completion of the installation, power has been flowing directly into the University’s distribution system. This energy is capable of supplying an average of 10% of Cedarville University’s demand, making it the largest solar system directly connected to a university in Ohio.
“Melink is proud to serve as the developer for this very significant solar array,” said Steve Melink, the President of Melink Corporation. “We would also like to acknowledge our partners: U.S. Bancorp, Union Bank & Trust Company, DP&L Energy, Yellow Springs Renewable Energy, TMI Electric, and the Village of Cedarville, who provided tremendous support. It is our hope that this success will inspire other schools and universities to consider clean and affordable renewable energy solutions.”