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Seawater for district cooling in tropical coastal areas

A recent study explored the pros and cons of using deep cold seawater as an alternative cooling solution in tropical coastal regions.

According to a recent study, energy costs can be very high for air-conditioning systems in tropical coastal areas, where electricity generation relies mainly on liquid fossil fuels. Popularized in the 1990s, seawater air conditioning (SWAC) is a district cooling technology that uses deep cold sea...

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