Today’s Solutions: March 29, 2023

Scientists at Stanford University have managed to engineer an air-conditioner which generates power at the same time. Air conditioners and climate change interact in a vicious cycle: as the planet warms, demand for air conditioning increases, thereby driving emissions ever higher. The new device works by employing a process known as radiative cooling, which could potentially make ACs in the future generate and simultaneously save electricity.

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