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Solar Structure Cools Buildings in Full Sunlight

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a typical one-story, single-family house with just 10 percent of its roof covered by radiative cooling panels could offset 35 percent its entire air conditioning needs during the hottest hours of the summer.

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at related articles in the sidebar of the link. Sc... by Daniel Geery on Thursday, Mar 28, 2013 at 2:51:36 PM
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