CoolSeal paint, keeps LA 10 degrees cooler

CoolSeal Paint

This light paint is decreasing the temperature in the city

Los Angeles is coating its roads in CoolSeal, a gray paint that keeps streets and parking lots 10 degrees cooler than black asphalt.

Engineers developed the material for military air bases to keep spy planes cool while they rest on the tarmac. 

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Sewer heat power on the verge of a major breakthrough

Hydrea Thermpipe, heat exchange, sustainable infra, climate change, renewables, city heat, industrial heat recovering

Hydrea pipe recovers heat in the sewer (ESCO)

Recover heat from the sewer. The technique is not new, but was hardly used in the Netherlands.

Now the efficiency of the technique increases, a breakthrough is coming.

With heat from sewers up to 50% of the total energy consumption of households can be recovered and it is a clean form of renewable energy.  Read More