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How solar power could help save world heritage
by Kelly Bennett
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10 August 2015
On 10 August 2015 CBC News reported:
It was sweaty and sticky when a group of librarians and archivists went to Kerala in humid southwest India last fall. And if the librarians were feeling the heat, just imagine the impact on centuries-old delicate papers. One of them, Hamilton-based Colin Clarke, didn't have to imagine; he saw for himself. Mr Clarke called up a couple of friends, and pitched an idea to them: what if we made a solar-powered dehumidifier? Now, Clarke and engineers Harrison King-McBain and Michael Cino, who graduated with engineering degrees from McMaster University, are working on a prototype.
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