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New Cool Roof Workshop Announcement!

Posted by Webmaster on 25. March 2011 16:02

On July 28-29, 2011, the Heat Island Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Concordia University and US Department of Energy will be sponsoring a Workshop on Advances in Cool Roof Research: Protocols, Standards & Policies for Accelerated Aging in Berkeley, California.

Topics will include: accelerated soiling and weathering methods for roofing materials; incorporation of accelerated aged ratings into policies, standards and rating systems; marketplace trends in cool roofing; and other topics.  For more information, please see the workshop website or download the one-page flier to learn more and register, and check out the call for presentations.



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  • Yousef Aezah said,

    Been waiting for this for a while, thank you!!

    Regards,
    Yousef

  • John Flaherty said,

    Building roofs' face the daily thermal load of direct sunlight and then need daily electricity to fight the sun w A/C.  Wet Rocks and water keep the building cool and electric cooling bills low. Water evaporation keeps humans 98.6*F and roofs 90*F. Current roof temps exceed 140*F almost every summer day. Cut out your peak load stress w water.

    John Flaherty    941-539-7945 www.wetrockcooling.com