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Latest revision as of 09:44, 30 March 2018

Refrigerant Management
Page in book: 164
Sector: Materials
Ranking in book: 1
GHG reduction: 89.74
Net cost: N/A
Savings: ($902.77)
Links & references: Book_article
Technical assessment: Drawdown_database_PDF
Summary from published Drawdown book (more on categories on page xiv)


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A research team at the National University of Singapore [1] recently invented an air conditioner that is 40% more efficient than regular air conditioners, and doesn't use chemical refrigerants such as the ones Drawdown discusses.


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