BioPCM Used in 10th Annual Green Home of the Year Grand Overall Winner
The MARTaK Passive House, utilizing ENRG Blanket, has been awarded the Grand Overall Winner in the 10th annual Green Home of the Year Awards.
Today’s phase change materials provide energy efficiency
Distributed Energy Magazine, and writer Lori Lovely, dive into the emerging technologies in PCM and their applications for energy conservation.
BioPCM® enables energy efficient high school
BioPCM is being used at Canyon View High School in Arizona as the basis of research on how to efficiently heat and cool a facility. Photo by DLR Group.
Zero Net Energy Multifamily Housing Enabled by BioPCM®
Silver Star Apartments is the first Zero Net Energy multifamily affordable housing development in Los Angeles. “Silver Star Apartments will keep people cool even during the hottest days and provide a safe space even during extended blackouts, without relying on fossil fuels,” said Adam Boucher, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Promise Energy.
BioPCM® in the carbon-postive home that costs $2.35 a year to power
The 10 Star Home was designed and created as an example of how a sustainable home can still be modern, functional and beautiful.
BioPCM®: Smart Thermal Mass Using Phase Change Material
Small pockets of waxy material with a controlled melting point passively store and release energy as needed behind the walls. Photo by Alliance Green Builders.
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