Our thanks to hydronic engineer par excellence Robert Bean for bringing this to our attention. An engineering paper on the offices of an Indian IT company demonstrates that radiant cooling is cheaper to install and operate than conventional HVAC. The large office building has two symmetrical halves, one cooled conventionally and one cooled by radiant. Infosys Ltd. built the 258,000-sq.ft. building in Hyderabad. The company's engineer, Guruprakash Sastry, senior manager, green ...

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