It seems like magic at first, but it’s actually a clever means of passively cooling a building. Essentially, the sun acts as an evaporative cooler, allowing water to passively evaporate from a film on a roof, cooling the building. Obviously, because it’s an evaporative cooler at its core, it’s less effective in humid conditions, but still, neat idea. They tested it in Las Vegas (a hot and dry place) and found that the air conditioning electrical demand for the test building decreased by 21% during that period.
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