Uncovering Attractive Innovations in HVAC Amidst Evolutionary Growth

Buildings consume 38% of primary energy in the developed world, of which heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) account for roughly 13%. As such, increasing concerns over costs, resource scarcity, and climate change are driving interest in improving HVAC efficiency. In this report, we exa...

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