Manufacturing zero-energy cooling material based on radiative cooling technology

FOEL is developing a zero-energy cooling material based on Radiative Cooling Technology that can lower the temperature of an object or space without consuming energy. Radiative cooling technology is a next-generation cooling method that can respond to global warming by optically dissipating heat in the form of electromagnetic waves, unlike conventional cooling methods that require excessive energy consumption. Our precisely designed cooling materials can be used in buildings, vehicles, and plants to minimize environmental impact, control temperature, and maximize energy efficiency.