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Phase-change materials result in huge cost savings

Phase-change materials (PCMs) are being used in a new building for the molecular engineering department of the University of Washington, in Seattle. The 7150 m² building has PCMs encapsulated in its wall and ceiling panels, and the expectation is that cooling costs will be as much as 98% lower than those of a building without PCMs.
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__truncato_root__>Phase-change materials (PCMs) are being used in a new building for the molecular engineering department of the University of Washington, in Seattle. The 7150 m² building has PCMs encapsulated in its wall and ceiling panels, and the expectation is that cooling costs will be as m...

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