HVAC + PV: Carrier and SolarCity Bring the Cool

 Carrier® and SolarCity are taking an important step toward making your home more efficient.

Carrier invented the modern air conditioner (literally), and continues to build the world’s most advanced HVAC systems. These advanced systems have the controls and intelligence to work well with solar (also known as PV, or solar photovoltaics). SolarCity is the nation’s largest solar provider. We monitor every system’s production, and can work with smart devices to optimize solar-powered energy consumption.

How does this initiative benefit you? Imagine a world where, with the tap of a smartphone, you can pre-cool your home on a hot summer day to a refreshing 68 degrees with solar power. When you walk in after a long day at work, your home feels comfortable, you saved money, and you did the right thing for the planet.

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems powered by the sun allow you to enjoy home comfort that is clean, efficient, and without sacrifice. The HVAC system uses more energy than anything else in the home, so powering it with clean energy is one of the best things you can do as a power consumer to reduce air and water pollution. Solar-powered AC can also save you money, since solar power can often be purchased for 10 to 15 percent below the retail cost of utility electricity in the areas that SolarCity operates. Simply put, the abundance of affordable clean energy in the middle of the day allows us to take advantage of carbon-free living without compromise.

Today, you can benefit from a special offer to start making this vision a reality. Homeowners can receive a $1,000 rebate on Carrier equipment from participating Carrier dealers by going solar with SolarCity. The discount can be applied to furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, packaged units, ductless systems or entire system upgrades, upon operation of the homeowner’s SolarCity system.

To be eligible for the rebate, please visit www.carrier.com/homecomfort to find a Carrier dealer in your area.

Interested in learning more about going solar? Visit www.carriersolarcity.com.

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