Polar air conditioning training has begun in Miami.
It’s an important step towards becoming the new norm in the US.
Polar air conditioners can cool buildings in temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius.
The technology was developed by the US Department of Energy, but is still in the prototype stage.
This is the first time the technology is being used in a large US city.
There’s a lot of buzz around the technology, with several companies testing the technology in different locations around the country.
It was originally created by scientists at the University of Miami, and is being tested at universities and colleges around the US and the world.
It has been used by airlines to cool air conditioning systems in the UK, the US, Japan, and many countries.
There are plans for the technology to be used on US military bases.
The first Polar Air Cooling Units have already been deployed at military bases, and will be used in other parts of the US by the end of the year.
“The air conditioning equipment that is being trained in Miami today is a big step in the right direction,” said Mike Eriksen, chief technology officer at the Miami-Dade County Public Works Department.
The technology has been in development since 2014, when Eriksens company, Cascadia Power, began work on a prototype.
Cascadian Power says the company is ready to roll out the technology across the country within two years.
It plans to start using the technology on air conditioning and heating systems by the summer of 2021.
Eriksen said that the company was working with a consortium of manufacturers in Miami and New York.
That consortium is known as the Advanced Thermal Technologies Consortium, or ATTC.
They will be responsible for developing the technology and training workers.
It’s not yet clear how many workers will be trained in the Miami facility.
There is no word on when the technology will be available for the general public.