a cooler path for existing building sustainability
the climate impact of HVAC in buildings
Commercial and residential buildings – use 40% of our energy and 70% of our electricity. Buildings emit over one-third of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, which is more than any other sector of the economy. Blue Frontier’s R&D 100 Award-Winning Climate-Friendly Building Cooling Technology has the potential to avoid gigatons of future emissions. Blue Frontier reduces the climate impact of buildings by slashing air conditioning energy use by 60 – 90%. Blue Frontier improves indoor air quality, delivers superior cooling comfort and works like a battery to store renewable, clean, and low-cost energy.
Blue Frontier Attributes
♦ Patented, novel climate-friendly, low-cost design
♦ Hyper Energy Efficiency
♦ Decouples energy consumption from cooling supply
♦ Long-Duration / Low-Cost Energy Storage
♦ Independent Control of Temperature and Humidity
♦ Improved Ventilation – 30% Fresh Air
♦ Key technology to achieving Zero Net Energy Buildings
♦ ~ 80% Reduction in Operating Expense
achieving the cost-effective carbon-free grid
Reduces air conditioning energy consumption by 60 – 80% when compared to the best available technology.
Eliminates the problematic hot weather-driven, costly and polluting peak electrical demand associated with air conditioning.
Embedded low-cost / long-duration energy storage allows our system to act like a battery. It efficiently stores and shifts renewable energy to reduce afternoon peak demand.
Designed as an aggregated distributed energy resource with cloud-based artificial intelligence control.
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About Our Company
Blue Frontier is a CleanTech startup, whose mission is to transform buildings into sustainable, comfortable and interactive spaces. Our first step to achieving this goal is the commercialization of a revolutionary air conditioning technology. By targeting air conditioning we are solving an array of problems associated with the biggest individual energy and demand setting component in buildings. From the Duck Curve to peak load management, to humidity control and integration of renewable generation resources.