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Paul Cooper, Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC)

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Video at Auckland Sustainable Housing Summit 2014: Illawarra Flame House.
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AIRAH member Prof. Paul Cooper - leading the University of Wollongong team to gold in the Solar Decathlon in China.

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Sustainable Buildings Research Centre leading the way for better places to live and work - News & Media @ UOW

Sustainable Buildings Research Centre leading the way for better places to live and work - News & Media @ UOW | Exploring the future of HVAC&R | Scoop.it
RT @UOW: Today we launched our new Sustainable Buildings Research Centre! http://t.co/OonaIb41aj @UOWsbrc #sustainability http://t.co/SgpI6…;
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The SBRC and the culture of those that work in it has to be experienced to be believed. If you get the chance - go!

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The Future of HVAC 2014 Conference

AIRAH's The Future of HVAC 2014 Conference was held in Sydney from July 16-17. The conference brought together a full range of HVAC industry stakeholders to ...
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Keep an eye out for the 2015 Future of HVAC conference.

www.airah.org.au

 

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New Solar Panels Keep Buildings Cool In Direct Sunlight

New Solar Panels Keep Buildings Cool In Direct Sunlight | Exploring the future of HVAC&R | Scoop.it
Someday your home might be nice and cool in the middle of July without air conditioning. How? Some Stanford researchers have created a solar panel that cools buildings in direct sunlight. More »     

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Ames Lab 101: Magnetic Refrigeration

Vitalij Pecharsky, distinguished professor of materials science and engineering, discusses his research in magnetic refrigeration at Ames Lab.
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MIT Invention Could Replace Air Conditioning

Wristify was invented by MIT student researchers and aims to replace air conditioning and heating units in an energy efficient, inexpensive way. A thermoelec...
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Reducing NYC's carbon emissions one building at a time - GreenBiz.com (blog)

Reducing NYC's carbon emissions one building at a time - GreenBiz.com (blog) | Exploring the future of HVAC&R | Scoop.it
GreenBiz.com (blog) Reducing NYC's carbon emissions one building at a time GreenBiz.com (blog) On Earth Day, de Blasio announced the most sweeping update to New York City's Air Pollution Control Code since 1975, which will update emission standards...
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The World Is Getting Hotter. Can Anyone Make The Perfect Air Conditioner? - Fast Company

The World Is Getting Hotter. Can Anyone Make The Perfect Air Conditioner? - Fast Company | Exploring the future of HVAC&R | Scoop.it
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TEDxBigApple - Nicola Twilley - To Understand Refrigeration is to Understand the World

Nicola Twilley talks artificial refrigeration - she takes us on a 'whistle-stop tour of the artificial cryosphere' and gives us all something to think about ...
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GE Magnetic Refrigeration: How it Works

GE researchers describe how they built their breakthrough magnetic refrigeration system. The technology, which is projected to be 20 percent more efficient t...
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Student Invents Doorless Refrigerator That Saves Energy and Reduces Food Spoilage

Student Invents Doorless Refrigerator That Saves Energy and Reduces Food Spoilage | Exploring the future of HVAC&R | Scoop.it
Ben de la Roche, a student at Massey University in New Zealand, has designed a doorless refrigeration wall called Impress, that prevents food waste and saves energy.

Via S. Diez de Medina Ph.D.
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