M-Cycle Cooling is based on the Maisotsenko cycle. In a conventional air conditioning system, warm outside air is drawn in and passed over a cold surface, cooling it and removing moisture. This process requires a lot of energy. In arid countries, many homes use evaporative cooling, which lowers the temperature of the outside air by blowing cold water over it. This provides more efficient cooling, but creates a more humid indoor environment.
As summers get hotter and hotter, homeowners are increasingly resorting to using air conditioners to cool the air. But you have to pay for that cool air. According to the Department of Energy, air conditioners consume about 6 percent of all electricity produced in the United States and emit about 117 million metric tons of carbon dioxide a year.
The concept was developed by Dr. Valery Maisotsenko and was first applied to refrigeration units made by Coolerado of Denver. That company was bought by Australian air conditioning giant Seeley International in 2015, but the founders rebranded themselves as M-Cycle Cooling. They produce 1,000 solar-powered cooling units for recreational vehicles as a proof of concept for their new model. The company is also incubated at Dubai Innovation Center in5, which is located in Dubai Internet City, UAE. Stan May CEO M-Cycle Industries, Inc
Dubai Internet City
Located in the heart of Dubai, Dubai Internet City (DIC) is a strategic base for companies targeting regional and international markets. It seeks to attract Information and Communication Technology (ICT) companies to the city by providing an attractive and secure environment in which to conduct business. DIC is managed by TECOM Group, a member of Dubai Holding, and is the largest ICT cluster in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. With over 1500 companies from around the world, DIC provides a complete range of services for the ICT industry, including world-class infrastructure and a thriving business community.
DIC is a free zone that offers various advantages to companies operating within it. Businesses within DIC can benefit from 100% foreign ownership, full repatriation of profits, access to a large and diverse workforce, and a comprehensive range of support services. Companies are also provided with free zone visas, which allow them to hire and employ people from outside the UAE. DIC is also home to a range of world-class amenities, including shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, and other leisure activities. It is also home to a range of educational institutions and research centres, such as the Dubai Internet Institute and the Dubai Knowledge Village.
May 1, 2023