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How India is solving its cooling challenge

How India is solving its cooling challenge

India faces a daunting problem: how to provide access to cooling to its citizens without warming the planet. India has among the most cooling degree days in the world—more than 3,000 per year. A cooling degree day is a measurement designed to quantify the demand for energy needed to cool a building.

It is the number of degrees that a day’s average temperature is above 65° Fahrenheit (18° Celsius), which is the temperature above which buildings need to be cooled.

Summers in the northern and western parts of the country are already extremely hot, with average temperatures ranging from…

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