Add a quotable“The key to the energy reduction is the way each system produces cooling. Moving cool air uses much less energy than creating it with air conditioning and the economics are dramatic”,
Tucson, Arizona (PRWEB)
April 25, 2017
On April 24, 2017, brothers Jim and George Wiese are launching EcoBreeze 2. For the last five years, they have been working on solutions to lower the cost of summer air conditioning by reimagining how homes could be cooled with less energy. The challenge was to find a low-cost solution that is simple to install in existing homes and apartments and nature provided the answer. The EcoBreeze 2 is the very first residential product that maximizes cooling with outside air and limits the use of air conditioning. The brothers have chosen to turn to the Kickstarter community for help funding the final development.
“Studies show that it is possible to reduce total residential cooling energy by 30% to 100% by shifting to fresh outside air when available,” stated George Wiese. The EcoBreeze 2 is a revolutionary window fan that uses nature’s free outside air to cool your home. The fan is turned on at the beginning of the season and provides cool, healthy, filtered air all summer long. The EcoBreeze 2 works seamlessly with air conditioning at a fraction of the price.
“The key to the energy reduction is the way each system produces cooling. Moving cool air uses much less energy than creating it with air conditioning and the economics are dramatic,” shared Jim Wiese. Moving cool air into a room will cost less than a penny per hour. Creating cool air with an average central air conditioning system will cost $0.45 per hour. Every hour that can be shifted to moving outside air will use 98% less energy, producing…