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  • Writer's pictureKianWee Chen

Princeton University Andlinger Center Awards Grant for Research on Radiant Systems with Dr Meggers

We are proud to be the leading industrial partner working with Dr Forrest Meggers, associate professor of Princeton University department of architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (ACEE), to receive the Energy Research Grant from ACEE. Through this grant, we want to facilitate the large-scale adoption of renewable-powered radiant systems in buildings through a demonstration project, a testbed in Princeton University showcasing its zero energy capability. On the research front, we will also be working with Dr Jyotirmoy Mandal, Princeton University assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, an expert in nano-macro scale radiative heat flows of natural and artificial surfaces, AIL Research an industry expert in desiccant dehumidification technology, and CHAOSense a start-up developing thermal sensors for measuring radiative heat flows. To advance the project from research and planning to deployment, we will be engaging with key campus stakeholders at Princeton’s Office of Sustainability and Princeton University Facilities. We look forward to working with all the parties and the exciting research ahead.

Research systems adapted to proposed testbed for deployment, evaluation, and dissemination.

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