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10 Innovative Applications of Passive Daytime Radiative Cooling Materials

The 2020s are the decade of passive daytime radiative cooling. PDRC films, membranes, and fabrics are emerging as game-changers, paving the way for innovative solutions across a variety of industries. In this blog post, we’ll explore ten forward-thinking applications of passive daytime radiative cooling films, membranes, and fabrics that are helping to fight climate change.

1. Energy Efficient Buildings

The architecture industry is embracing radiative cooling materials to create energy-efficient buildings. By incorporating these materials into construction, structures can maintain comfortable temperatures without relying on energy-intensive air conditioning, reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Utilizing PDRC materials in our buildings isn’t always as simple as slapping them on the roof, however. With modern building envelopes designed to keep outdoor heat and cold out, integrating PDRC effectively takes some creative thinking and smart design.


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Chris Hiller
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