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New rooftop cooling tech beams excess heat into outer space

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 06, 2017 01:04 AM
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by (Greg Beach) last modified Sep 05, 2017

Heat rises, and, with a little help from scientists, can soar as high as outer space. A team at Stanford University has created a roof-mounted system which cools buildings, without the need for electricity, by incorporating solar panel-like machines that beams heat into the cold expanse of space. This system, known as radiative sky cooling, is seen as an early step to developing a full strength system to cool buildings without the need for an external energy source. This could prove enormously beneficial...





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