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Author Topic: Condensation Tower Concept  (Read 5148 times)

Offline NathanCoppedge

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Condensation Tower Concept
« on: July 29, 2014, 06:33:48 AM »
An Israeli company is building a new, efficient system in Arizona, which is said to be more efficient than any previous major system with the exception of hydro-electric. Apparently a patent existed as recently as 1975.

Incidentally, I may have played a role in uncovering the patent when I e-mailed an Israeli intellectual around 1999.

Anyway, it's an interesting story, but the major upshot is that it's a highly clean, highly reliable source of energy that can be built 'anywhere where hot air rises.'

I think developers will do well to consider the application to large skyscraper type structures, which encounter a similar natural cooling-and-heat-rising phenomenon within their air-conditioning systems. This system appears to be truly remarkable.