Clean Energy, Clean HVAC

The benefits of having a Clean HVAC System. (Photo Credits)

Having a clean Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System is not just good for the indoor air quality of a home or commercial establishment. It is also good for the environment, because the cleaner an HVAC system, the more efficient it becomes, reducing carbon footprint.

Energy Star for instance is encouraging HVAC owners to maintain a clean HVAC System to help save the environment.

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“Now that you have a better idea of the energy use in your home, let’s start saving energy! (If you haven’t been following along, check out last week’s Home Energy Assessment post to get started). Did you know, as much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling? Maintaining and making smart improvements to your home’s heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system can have a big effect on your utility bills—and your comfort. Step 1: Clean or change your home’s air filter. Cleaning: If your air filter is dirty, clean it either by vacuuming it or rinsing it with warm, soapy water.” Plumbing Association of San Diego

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Hitting two birds with one stone

A New Device meantime took HVAC Cleaning and efficiency up another notch by letting the HVAC System become a generator of clean energy, as shared by the website Inhabitat. A/C And HVAC

“Most air conditioning units are energy hogs that can send an electric bill sky high, often leading people to limit their use. A new device called BeCool cools (or heats) the air while charging up a fuel cell at the same time, could transform the whole approach to indoor climate control by generating electricity rather than just sucking it up. The invention comes from Be Power Tech, a startup based in Florida, where air conditioning is not just a luxury, but also a lifesaver.”

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The website The Hill meantime reported about a landmark ruling that will ensure further energy efficiency on new HVAC Models.

“The new standards will take effect in 2018, requiring manufacturers build products that are 13 percent more energy efficient than they are today. Five years later, the standard will tighten by another 15 percent. Officials developed the rules after consulting with air conditioning industry organizations and manufacturers, the department said. It’s just the latest efficiency rule released by the department, which has already finalized standards for more than 40 consumer and commercial products.”
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HVAC Systems can indeed become even more energy efficient.

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