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Cooling Buildings Without the Use of Electricity

News   Aug 06, 2019 | Original story from the University at Buffalo.

 
Cooling Buildings Without the Use of Electricity

The system helps cool its surroundings by absorbing heat from the air inside the box and transmitting that energy through the Earth’s atmosphere into outer space. Credit: University at Buffalo.

 
 
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