Companies collaborate to make the more sustainable, efficient heating and cooling options also the more affordable ones.
SAN MATEO, Calif., May 5, 2014 — Challenging the false assumption that greener products must be more expensive than less sustainable options, SolarCity and Carrier are teaming up to make high-efficiency, solar-powered heating and cooling solutions far more accessible and affordable for homeowners.
To maximize efficiency and sustainability, the 21st-century home will increasingly need to align more intelligent energy consumption with clean energy production. This initiative will allow homeowners to create a comfortable indoor climate in a sustainable way, and simultaneously realize savings expected from the combination of efficient HVAC equipment and affordable solar energy systems.
Furthermore, customers can benefit from a special offer from the two companies beginning today. Homeowners can receive a $1,000 rebate on Carrier equipment from participating Carrier dealers by going solar with SolarCity. The rebate 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.
To learn more about going solar, please visit www.carriersolarcity.com.
Founded by the inventor of modern air conditioning, Carrier is the world’s leader in high-technology heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions. Carrier experts provide sustainable solutions, integrating energy-efficient products, building controls and energy services for residential, commercial, retail, transport and food service customers. Carrier is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. For more information, visit www.carrier.com or follow @CarrierGreen on Twitter.
ST Staff Writers
This post was prepared by Solar Thermal Magazine staff.