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Understanding Hybrid Air Conditioning

Learning more about “Hybrid”

In recent years the use of the word “Hybrid” has been on the rise, due to its commercial effect of adding the illusion of being energy-efficient and environmentally conscious. But for the sake of a true understanding of what Hybrid Air conditioning means, let’s first dig in to what the word hybrid means?

Instead of examining the biological meaning of the word hybrid, we’ll examine its definition in a more general sense as it relates to technology. A generally accepted definition of hybrid is defined as, “The use of two or more technologies to achieve a common goal resulting in a reduction to the total energy used.”

By this definition, the technologies that are being used and how to control them together is the most important factor to this equation.

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