You need to generate heat to remove heat; that is the basic principal of air conditioning. Your air conditioner utilizes a compressor to compress a refrigerant and create heat. To operate that compressor you need lots of electricity – in fact about 40% of the world’s energy is used for cooling and heating.Read More
Available in various sizes and capacities for HVACR systems ranging from 5-Ton to 500-Ton+, this program can retrofit and upgrade existing R-22, R407C, R134C and R-410A systems and provides HVAC energy savings of 25% to 40%, while qualifying for various federal, state and utility incentives.Read More
The U.S. Department of Energy divides the way we use energy into categories—residential, commercial, industrial, electric power, and transportation. These are called sectors of the economy.
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