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Ultra-White Paint Reflects Heat and Cools Houses All Year Round – Architecture and Design

A team of engineers at Indiana’s Purdue University have created an “ultra-white” paint that is capable of reflecting up to 98.1% of sunlight, that could potentially…

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A team of engineers at Indiana’s Purdue University have created an “ultra-white” paint that is capable of reflecting up to 98.1% of sunlight, that could potentially negate the need for air conditioning and even reduce carbon emissions if used on a mass scale.
Developed as part of a six-year project, the researchers say that if the paint covered a 93sqm roof area it would be able to create a cooling power to ten kilowatts, far more powerful than domestic air conditioners. 
The paint is made with…

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