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The Chilling Prospects 2021 report produced by SE4ALL reveals that while solutions are being piloted in different, global cooling access risks are on the rise.
The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) has been rolling out 'cool surfaces' across the country over recent years, aiming to provide a low-tech, but energy-efficient passive cooling solution to communities.
The need for affordable, sustainable cooling investment solutions that do not cause a spike in global energy demand has never been so high.
The Johnson Controls learnership programme is offering an opportunity for young people in underprivileged communities to gain HVAC skills, thus increasing the skills pool in South Africa.
Cool surface technology is an immediate and inexpensive solution to South Africa’s efforts to create an economy built on green energy, says SANEDI.
A new African Centre of Excellence for sustainable cooling and the cold chain in Kigali will help reduce food waste, boost profits and create jobs.
The first-ever report to quantify chilling and cooling reveals major risks to the global economy and vulnerable populations if investment and greater action are not taken, states Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL). The Chilling Prospects:...