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Onida launches new range of smart air-conditioners

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Does your power bill, thanks to the air-conditioner, make you sweat blood? A new range of Onida air-conditioners from Onida, based on the IoT (internet of things) technology, will enable users to keep track of the energy consumed and regulate usage over a mobile application. 
The Wi-Fi-enabled unit gives the user the flexibility to control the temperature from anywhere through the mobile app. In case of any trouble, the unit will also diagnose the problem and send a message to the owner and the company’s service centre. 
“These features, built on the basis of consumer insights, will bring in a sea change in the way consumers look at an air-conditioner,” said Gulu Mirchandani, Chairman and Managing Director, Mirc Electronics Ltd, that owns the brand Onida.
With this new range, the brand now has 35 models in its bouquet, priced in the range of ₹23,000 to ₹ 65,000. The company has earmarked ₹25 crore for marketing expenses for the coming summer. According to NS Sathish, V…

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Exploding air conditioner use as the world gets both hotter and richer is going to destroy the climate

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More and more people around the world are installing air conditioners to keep cool. If current economic and climate trends continue, 70 percent of homes could have air conditioning by 2100, up from 13 percent today.

But a new study linking climate change, incomes, and air conditioning suggests a serious side effect: namely, the adjacent increases in energy demands and the flow of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

"Our results point to the enormous potential impacts from air conditioning," write University of California-Berkeley professors Lucas Davis and Paul Gertler in a paper published today in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Davis and Gertler wanted to look at how climate and income influenced air-conditioner ownership and in turn how that would affect energy usage. To do so, they began with a database of electricity bills for 25 million households from across Mexico. They linked that information with weather data from the United States Nationa…