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PARC to Engineer Power Plant Cooling Systems; Bernard Casse Comments

PARC to Engineer Power Plant Cooling Systems; Bernard Casse Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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PARC has been awarded a $1 million contract with the Energy Department to develop power plant cooling technologies that work to help prevent water dissipation to the atmosphere.

The Xerox company will work to engineer and demonstrate a self-cooling metamaterial film without electricity and water feed in collaboration with SPX Cooling Technologies, PARC said Tuesday.

“We’re engineering a new class of electromagnetic materials that molds the flow of heat,“ said Bernard Casse, area manager of PARC’s metamaterial devices and applications group.

Casse added that the materials apply to such operations as cooling off power plants, buildings, satellites and military tents and supplies.

PARC plans to deploy the technology as radiative cooling panels.

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