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The Future Of Cooling


Passive, zero water loss cooling

 

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The Future Of Cooling


Passive, zero water loss cooling

 

The Cooling Challenge


Air conditioning & refrigeration systems consume 17% of electricity generated worldwide and are responsible for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

With electricity use for cooling projected to grow 10x by 2050, the status quo is no longer an option.

The Cooling Challenge


Air conditioning & refrigeration systems consume 17% of electricity generated worldwide and are responsible for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

With electricity use for cooling projected to grow 10x by 2050, the status quo is no longer an option.

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Renewable Cooling


Our vision is to improve the efficiency of all cooling systems by harnessing an untapped renewable resource: the sky.

 

Renewable Cooling


Our vision is to improve the efficiency of all cooling systems by harnessing an untapped renewable resource: the sky.

 

Our breakthrough technology makes cooling more sustainable and cost-effective

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Reduces electricity use for cooling 24/7

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Zero water loss, Clean + renewable

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Simple add-on to new or existing systems 

Team


Team


Eli Goldstein

Co-Founder, CEO

Eli received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. Eli has a passion for energy systems and thermal science. He has led teams of engineers in both industrial and academic seetings and previously worked with ZERE and Clean Power Solutions (CPS). He also led thermal modeling/testing for an entry into the Gates Foundation’s Reinventing the Toilet Grand Challenge.

Aaswath Raman

Co-Founder, CSO

Aaswath received his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University and is  passionate about improving the efficiency of energy systems. He was previously a Program Manager at Microsoft. In 2015 he received MIT Technology Review TR35 (Innovator Under 35) Award for his work on radiative sky cooling. 

Shanhui Fan

Co-Founder

Shanhui is Professor of Electrical Engineering and the Director of the Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory at Stanford University. He received his Ph. D in Physics from MIT. He has published over 400 articles and has been granted 57 US patents. He is a Fellow of IEEE, APS, OSA and SPIE.

Contact


Contact


 

For more information, please use this form to contact us, or email us at info@skycoolsystems.com

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