This start-up is using ice thermal energy storage to cool global warming

Nostromo’s ‘Icebrick’ ice thermal energy storage technology has the potential to cut both the environmental and financial cost of air conditioning for large commercial buildings. Image: UNSPLASH/Ice

Andrea Willige

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