on gas-powered air conditioners: “It’s all about the heat.” article By David BachmanPublished Aug 14, 2018 12:00amThe following is an excerpt from the August 2018 issue of The Jerusalem Times, available in the digital edition at:The Jerusalem PostThe gas-driven air conditioner has a very simple idea: It makes air more efficient.
It does this by reducing the amount of heat that comes out of the home when the air is being heated.
It’s a clever idea.
There’s nothing special about it.
All the components are simple: a compressor, an engine, and a motor.
It has the same basic design as most other gas-fired air conditionings, and it’s the same design as many other gas powered air conditioning systems.
It uses compressed air to heat a small amount of the inside of the unit.
It’s called a propane furnace, and the technology has been around for a long time.
It was invented in 1859 by the Frenchman Georges Lévi-Strauss and the German Gottfried Hertzfeldt.
It is, in a word, simple.
In the past decade, a growing number of people have become familiar with gas-furnace technology.
In fact, the gas-fueled air condition in most homes is still powered by coal-burning, steam-driven furnaces, which are about as energy-intensive as it gets.
It took years for people to realize that gas was the right way to run air condition.
The first gas-operated air condition systems were installed in the United States in the 1970s, and they were a success, but they were not very efficient.
The problem was that the air condition needed to be kept hot enough to keep the furnace running.
So gas is used instead.
The new technology has helped a lot, but it’s not perfect.
In some places, such as California and Hawaii, there is no such thing as a gas-free home, and air condition temperatures in some places can be up to 20 degrees above normal.
The heat is wasted and there’s no good way to stop it.
Gas is cheaper and much more efficient than coal, so there are people who use it to power their homes.
But that’s not always the case.
In the United Kingdom, where the government has been subsidizing the building of new gas- and diesel-fired homes, some people use gas as a heat source.
Gas-fired furnaces can burn up to 250 gallons of gas a day, which is equivalent to a large gas tank.
If you put one of these gas furnaces in a small, flat-screen TV, you can watch the TV at a comfortable 60 frames per second.
But the gas has to be stored and heated.
Gas tanks are usually built in houses, which tend to have a lower heating capacity.
The gas in the tank has to stay warm for a while, which means that the energy required to run the tank is more than the energy in the home can take.
This problem has caused many home owners to turn to other sources of heat, including gas-electricity.
The electric heat is much more energy efficient.
Electric heat has been used in many different ways in the past, but there’s a big difference between it and gas- or coal-fired heat.
In both cases, the heat comes from a source.
In gas-based systems, the source is usually the exhaust gas from the combustion of fuel.
Gas heat can be created by heating a gas or coal boiler.
The electricity that’s generated from the heat is then stored in batteries.
A battery can be used to heat an electric car, a gas heater, a refrigerator, or even a house.
In electricity generation, electricity is a form of heat.
It produces heat, but only a portion of that heat is actually used to generate heat.
Gas does not produce heat.
Gas-fired heating is one of the best ways to reduce energy use.
In addition to reducing energy use, gas-fed heat reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change.
But this is the only kind of gas-burning that people have gotten to use for home heating.
There are other ways to make use of the power produced by natural gas.
One is by turning it into electricity.
There is a variety of natural gas-processing plants in the U.S., but most of them are in the Northeast.
The power plant operators there buy the gas and pump it into their plants.
They turn the natural gas into electricity and use the electricity to heat the plants, turning them into generators.
The power plant plants make electricity using natural gas, so they’re not really heat-producing plants.
The plants then heat their gas-generated power to produce electricity that can be sold to the power grid.
The natural gas plant in this case, the Vermont Yankee plant, produces electricity and sells it to consumers through its power purchase agreement (PPA), a long-term, fixed-rate contract that guarantees