Energy Saving Products

Energy Saving Products

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With today's residential air conditioning systems using about five percent of our country's total electricity output at a cost of over $11 billion, homeowners can help reduce this energy use by switching to high-efficiency systems.  In fact, by upgrading to a variable speed heat pump, homeowners can save as much as 40 percent on energy costs.  Utility companies are also offering rebates to homeowners who purchase and install high-efficiency appliances in their homes (visit for energy efficiency programs in your state).

The air conditioning unit of Emerson Climate Technologies provides several products that deliver exceptional energy savings:

  Copeland Scroll™ Variable Speed Compressor
Emerson's new Copeland Scroll® variable speed compressors are optimized for high efficiency (18+SEER) air conditioning and heat pump applications. They also deliver up to 13 HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor), 31 percent greater efficiency than today's best heat pumps, saving homeowners nearly 40% annually on energy bills.


Copeland Scroll UltraTech™ Compressor
Research today shows that one out of every four homeowners is willing to pay a premium for high-efficiency, two-stage systems.  It delivers 16+ SEER while also providing enhanced humidity control and more even temperatures for overall home comfort. The high-efficiency Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressor can help reduce energy use by 20-60 percent in residential air conditioning units. 

Copeland Scroll Digital™ Compressor
Digital scroll technology is up to 30% more efficient than traditional methods of compressor modulation. When maximum cooling is needed to maintain complete comfort, Copeland Scroll Digital compressors are there to cool at 100% capacity. But comfort is needed at off-peak hours too. When less cooling is needed, the Copeland Scroll Digital compressor can cool in as little as 10% capacity.

Related Products:

Emerson™ Programmable Thermostat

Installing a programmable
 can help homeowners
save up to an average of $250
annually on heating and cooling