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According to the Department of Energy, the average household in the U.S. uses almost 10,000 cubic feet of cooling or heating per year, which is equal to the amount of energy consumed by 2,600 U.S. homes. With each home using an average of 75,000 cubic feet of air per year, the DOE expects air conditioning and heating will be energy intensive industries for the foreseeable future.

If the U.S. could break even, energy efficiency would reduce annual U.S. CO2 emissions by up to 500 million metric tons, which is more than the annual output of eight coal-fired power plants.

The DOE’s plan to help reduce energy consumption is to invest in three distinct technologies:

· “Solid-state” air conditioning and heating. With solid-state technology, a device is able to adjust to the exact amount of heat or cold needed. This could lead to a single button solution, which adjusts the amount of cooling or heating, but also the temperature.

· “Smart” thermostats and wall controls. Because of the rising cost of energy, the average home is being equipped with smart thermostats that help to monitor energy use. This is great for energy savings, but it can also make a home more comfortable.

· “Hybrid” refrigeration. The current models of air conditioning and heating all run on electricity, but hybrid systems use both electricity and gas to operate. This will allow new homes to be built closer to the grid, but also reduces the amount of energy needed to cool and heat a home.

To aid in the development of new technology, the DOE is partnering with a dozen technology companies, university research centers, and local and state governments. Last week, the DOE announced that 810,000 square feet of new research and development