By JOSHUA GREEN Have you felt it in the air? Summer is behind us, and winter will be here before we know it. For some Bahamians, that will mean the air conditioners (AC) that have run all summer will get a break at last. For others, however, that is not an option. Businesses and churches will still need to run their ACs, and restaurants will not be able to turn off their walk-in coolers and freezers. Many homes will also run air conditioners to stay comfortable. If you need electricity for cooling over the next few months, how can you reduce its impact on your electricity bill? That’s what we will talk about today: Maintenance Check – If your home or facility uses air conditioners or walk-in chillers, schedule a qualified technician to check your compressors and condensers regularly to be sure the components are in good repair. Is coolant is leaking? Are the ducts clogged? Is the fan working properly? An air conditioner in good working order can save you a lot of money. … [Read more...] about SUPEGREEN SOLUTIONS: Shining a light on ways to save energy
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Window A/C units are critical in homes without central air conditioning. But turning every unit on and off is a pain, and smart air conditioners are expensive. With a smart plug, you can make many A/C units smart. Why Make a Window A/C Smart? Window air conditioners are expensive, often ranging from $200 to $500. They do make up for that cost by lasting a long time—it’s not uncommon to see them work for five to ten years. The best way to cool several rooms in a home is to buy multiple units, one for each room. But that leaves you running from room to room to turn them on when you get home. Later, you’re running around to turn them off to save electricity. And when you come home, your home may be hot until you turn your air conditioners on and they have a chance to cool things down. But you may not want to run them all day if you’re away from home. Some newer A/C units have Wi-Fi options for voice and remote control, but buying an entirely new air conditioner for … [Read more...] about How to Make Your Dumb Window Air Conditioner Smart
Electronic industry of Pakistan is on an upward trajectory, during the first quarter of fiscal year 2018-2019 the industry witnessed a growth of 7.8pc according to the estimate of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP). In another report the air conditioner market in Pakistan is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.2% during 2017-2023. These figures are a result of improvement in electricity supply over the last couple of years and an extended summer season. All this has given a chance to new players in industry to meet the needs of ever increasing consumer base. EcoStar, which has already gained a significant market share in consumer electronics, has decided to launch its first air conditioner lineup. READ MORE: US to deploy teams to Central America to help curb flow of immigrants: Pompeo Trends in air conditioning have changed a lot during last decade and only those companies have survived which have managed to keep up with the pace. Clean air technology, smart home technology and artificial … [Read more...] about Rapidly growing air conditioner market
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Climate Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Climate | Air-Conditioners Cool the Home but Heat the Planet. Can Anyone Invent a Better One? Supported by Climate Fwd: ByLisa Friedman, Hiroko Tabuchi and Jillian Mock Nov. 14, 2018 Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. ByLisa Friedman As the death toll continues to climb from the most destructive wildfire in California’s history, President Trump on Tuesday declared a “major disaster” in the state, paving the way for federal funding to the thousands left homeless by the blaze. “I’m with you all the way,” Mr. Trump wrote in a tweet to the victims. Over the weekend, however, he tweeted a series of misleading … [Read more...] about Air-Conditioners Cool the Home but Heat the Planet. Can Anyone Invent a Better One?
Hawaii residents can feel pretty good, or green, about the state’s effort to save energy, according to a new national study. STAR-ADVERTISER / OCT. 7, 2015 Joshua Puno, is secured by harness while installing solar panels on the roof of a home in Kailua. Hawaii residents can feel pretty good, or green, about the state’s effort to save energy, according to a new national study. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy ranked Hawaii 16th best in the country for state government policies and programs aimed at becoming greener users of energy. The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization, which evaluated a diverse list of criteria, said Hawaii did the best in the area of curtailing electricity use by achieving a 1.45 percent savings last year that was seventh best among all states and Washington, D.C. But Hawaii lagged behind most of the nation in a few areas, such as state spending on efficiency programs (34th), and state-led initiatives that … [Read more...] about Hawaii ranked 16th in energy policy