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-postiive 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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