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Nanotechnology based approaches to increase the performance of HVAC systems

EnE-HVAC, or Energy efficient heat exchangers for HVAC applications, is a collaborative project funded by the EU to achieve significant energy savings in future HVAC systems via new and innovative technologies.
EnE-HVAC project aims to demonstrate that energy savings of up to 50% on the total energy consumption in an HVAC system are possible with the application of advanced nanotechnologies. The EnE-HVAC project will tackle all aspects of the system, using novel nanotechnological approaches. These t...

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