Calgary, Alberta, Canada


Designed by students at the University of Calgary, this refrigerant-free cooling device is inspired by how mammals and insects regulate temperature. This alternate food preservation unit is designed to not require an electricity grid, to be significantly less expensive than modern refrigeration methods, and to be incorporated into low-resource regions where it is most needed. Watch this video about Windchill’s innovation, created by TechInsider.

Windchill addresses Sustainable Development Goals: No Poverty (#1), Zero Hunger (#2), Affordable and Clean Energy (#7), Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure (#9), Sustainable Cities and Communities (#11), Responsible Consumption and Production (#12) and Climate Action (#13).

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