Going Green - HVAC
“Air conditioning accounts for nearly 50% of the energy use in the United States during peak summer months, and air conditioning is responsible for nearly 100 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year.”
The facts section contains important information about going green with your heating and air conditioning system and will explain the different energy ratings, tax credits for qualified HVAC products and how much money you will save when going green with your heating & cooling system.
What You Can Do
Helpful information about what types of HVAC equipment that will be needed or need to be replaced in order to maximize the benefits of going green. Proper installation of your products and ENERGY STAR products will be explained.
Where To Get Help
We have provided a list of reputable sources If you need more help or information about going green with an energy efficent HVAC system.
Valuable pdfs and links filled with information about going green. Make sure to take advantage of ENERGY STARS Home Energy Yardstick to Compare your household's energy use to others across the country and get recommendations for improvement.