Building cooling technologies vie for attention at the ARPA-E Summit

We recently attended the Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) Summit in Washington DC, where a few building cooling technologies caught our eye. Cooling is the focus of ARPA-E's Building Energy Efficiency Through Innovative Thermo-devices (BEETIT) program, which seeks to reduce the green...

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