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Latin America. Buildings are responsible for 47% of global greenhouse gas emissions and, according to Navigant Research, it is expected that the existence of these will increase an 13% between 2014 and 2024; however, the contribution of buildings to global emissions of greenhouse gases can be modified. Many of these emissions come from the energy used to operate buildings, which can be reduced. How? A key element is thermal storage technology.

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