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High costs linked to gaps around air-condit​ioners

Energy efficiency can save lots of money, as this New York Times article reports. Holes around air conditioners in New York City cost $130-$180 million a year. Add other Northeast cities and the national cost soars. Solutions? Better insulation helps; winter removal has many problems; a redesign is needed. GR

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  1. Good that you are highlighting and spreading awareness of this pervasive problem. Re-thinking does certainly seem to be in order.
    Old-fashioned or new-fashioned fans, perhaps!

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