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Out with the Old, in with the New
Did you know homeowners spend about $11 Billion dollars every year powering their air conditioners? Replacing your unit with a high efficiency units can reduce energy used 20-50%.
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In the 1840s, physician and inventor Dr. John Gorrie of Florida proposed the idea of cooling cities to relieve residents of “the evils of high temperatures.” Gorrie believed that cooling was the key to avoiding diseases like malaria and making patients more comfortable, but his rudimentary system for cooling hospital rooms required ice to be shipped to Florida from frozen lakes and streams in the northern United States.
To get around this expensive logistical challenge, Gorrie began experimenting with the concept of artificial cooling. He designed a machine that created ice using a compressor powered by a horse, water, wind-driven sails or steam and was granted a patent for it in 1851. Although Gorrie was unsuccessful at bringing his patented technology to the marketplace — primarily due to the death of his chief financial backer — his invention laid the foundation for modern air conditioning and refrigeration.
Read more at https://www.energy.gov/articles/history-air-conditioning