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37 comments

Jonny Boy 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I'm getting a hint of Elon fanboyiness

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William Scoggin 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

It would be nice if this person knew what he was talking about as far as heat pumps. You can't use heat pumps and colder climates because the outside compressor coil ice is over when the temperature gets down to about 36° and there's any humidity in the air. The whole coil will become a solid ball of ice within just a few minutes and there is no heat transfer then. You have to activate an electric heating coil inside so the squirrel cage blower can circulate heat through the house and your bill jumps quite a bit. There is no avoiding this ice, true the unit is made where it will run backwards to defrost itself but the coils are still wet and when it goes back into the proper direction for heating inside the coils refreeze in just a couple of minutes they are useless below 36°. I've lived with one for years in Texas. And in the summer they can only cool a certain amount and when they hit that limit they just run continuously and never turn off . Oh and also the narrator said that the air filter on the inside unit removes toxins from the air, I guess he considers dust to be toxic. Somebody needs to have a long talk with that boy.

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Peacemaker 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Love innovation, for the right reasons though. Going all electric will be like going all Socialist/Communist. As we can plainly see all the fear mongering on climate. We have 12 years left and it's all over….lol….Yea, it's all over for you.

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Larry Sorenson 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

It is called an integrated heat pump system. Not a new concept, just better engineering. A kick in the butt to American status quo manufacturers.

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mr grumpy 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

you think anything is going to be cheaper? .. you're a fool, government will make sure that nothing is ever less expensive than it currently is … that is capitalism my friend.

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Wolf's Garage 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Tesla solar panels to power the ac system.

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Riley Frost 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

where is it? another scam by the vaporware seller?

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David The Traveler 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

So soon you will be able to power your home

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Peter Kim 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

2-way heat pumps are already available, and are being installed in large numbers in Europe and Asia. These are basically your air conditioning unit that can be reversed to heat your house during cold weather. For regions with much colder low temperatures consistently below 0F, a supplementary furnace would be required- but this lower limit is being improved on annually.

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kurčina 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

wtf am i watching an ad?! FY very much

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Jon Larsen 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Existing hvac companies already do have heating n aircondition systems that very the energy usage according to heating or cooling demands. Modulating gas valves variable speed blowers. They do save a lot of energy but between the higher inniatial costs and higher repair costs they do not pay for themselves. I like the idea of using air conditioning condensor heat to heat up ones domestic water. This could easily be done with an air to water heat pump system. It would not be ideal in some climates. I have been toying with the idea of using condensor heat to help warm swimming pools. There are some systems currently out their doing that. With both heating water for home use and for pools there would have to have a redundant heating system in most areas.

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Kathy Fann 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I am dreading this winter ❄️ heating challenges

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Suny12 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Hepa filters don't remove any toxins from air only particulats

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Azathoth Hastur 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

china 1race kingdom is showing way mass produce cities build liquid salt safe thorium atomic and purge minorities and anti majrotiy people and control media and education to be pro majority

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Hasan Choudhury 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

This is under the radar.
Time for a stealthy annihilation of the HVAC systems. Regards.

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Frank Langrell 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

the add I saw on this site today showing a fake Elon is a fraud and it should be removed and the creators jailed..

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Brody 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Elon went full Ai response mode "Cannot answer questions about future potential products" xD

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Ric Wilmot 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I agree there is a lot that could be done. Adding heat from air conditioners to a tankless device makes no sense. Most HVAC contractors are called to a house after it's built and are expected to just put it wherever. This is why you see units in closets or in attics where your cooling equipment is expected to work in 140+ degree heat. I've seen units that get their return air from stud walls or whats commonly know as attic air. The cost over the life of the house is way up there. Most building inspectors are not qualified to inspect HVAC work. Oh the horrors Ive seen said the HVAC tech.

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Slacker Man 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Um, regard capturing and filtering water – where there is consistent condensation, water is cheap. So, not much savings there. And the other stuff you are saying about ACs already are available for purchase. Well, maybe not the heat pump to on-demand water heater, but that sounds like a pretty slender gain, given that there is no existing reservoir to store that heat. Also, is he proposing that he has invented the Nest thermostat?

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V Anderson 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I'm glad I live in an area with dry heat. I'd be perfectly happy with an evaporative cooler during the summer. I cant wait to move to a place where I can set one up.

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skipper21 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Lmao guess where the electricity comes from to charge the "eco friendly" car

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Jason Ptacek 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

You cant even get their last residential product. How about working on solar roofs? Having enough solar roof tiles would be a cool invention.

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JustTheTruth 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

This sounds more like click bait than actual things that will happen anytime soon. For me, I would like for Tesla to bring that $25K car to market, make a Semi-Truck, and make a CyberTruck (even though I think they are ugly and would not ever buy one, but many love them). Elon continuing to try to be a Jack-of-all-trades and Master-of…Some seems to be an impossible task (that he is somehow making it work). I hope a lot of this stuff comes to market someday, because I want to replace my HVAC in my home and hope Tesla has a solution when that time comes.

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Alan Day 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

So much FLUFF just get to the point please.

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Charles Lauter 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Don’t just say the Tesla A/C is more efficient, give us numbers. My A/C system has a SEER rating of over 20. Is the Tesla rating higher that?

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Jacqueline Fish 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

It is obvious and natural that the next focus of Tesla future development be in building an entirely energy efficient, sustainable green home that is totally functional right from ones own phone. Not everyone will be able to afford a Tesla car but most people will want to own a green energy home. I wonder if this is going to come with a Tesla mortgage?
How efficient a home is built from the ground up (R values, building materials, etc.) determines the consumption of energy overall. If your walls aren’t well insulated and most of your windows aren’t facing south (passive solar) then you will have a challenge keeping your energy bills low.
Passive home designs are the most energy efficient. I believe municipalities in Ontario are now requiring HVAC design be included with home design plans prior to receiving a new home building permit. This addresses the ventilation issue but not the installation standard. New homes in the province of PEI are being built with R15 in outside walls!!! There needs to be higher national standards for outside walls for any new home today, meaning a minimum of R50 in all outside walls including attached garages. I think heating appliances in generally are being built more efficiently or more compact. Looking forward to seeing what Elon Musk and Tesla are going to come out with in HVAC systems. Always thinking outside the box. We are so lucky to have this person in the world. A great gift to humanity. Good luck with this new venture!

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Tyler Ferrell 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I’ve personally always imagined a high efficiency boiler type system for heat, water , stove maybe someone could use a ductless system

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Dennis Harger 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Electric Cars DO NOT eliminate pollution. That is a false statement and you know it. It merely transfers the creation to the global power companies. How democratic?

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joecies 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

LOL, Musk promising something for 'Next Year" and the fanboys lapping it up! How are those cyber trucks coming along?

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Speedo Mars 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Gimme a break. Musk is a fraud. His cars are a joke and his batteries an even bigger laugh.

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MISC BITS 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Air conditioning is mostly used as a brute force solution to a problem that can be reduced with better designs that in many cases have been used for millenia and recently abandoned in favour of cheap-as-hell construction

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Chris Smith 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Oil companies are speeding up their doom with current prices.

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LJ Prep 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Very interesting video, guys.

(Try to get rid of the "try ands" and leave the "hot" off water heater for perfection. 😉

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Shadow Lynx 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Stacking HVAC units is a good idea, but a better idea would be simply creating smaller units that mount into the basement ceiling, directly attached to the vents for one or two rooms each. This would allow for the most flexible, programmable, and efficient heating and cooling. Add in some motion sensors and, since there will be less distance between the heating units and the rooms they impact, and the rooms themselves would be much smaller than the whole house, the heating/cooling effects would be much faster for temperature control that's truly on demand.

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George Vavoulis 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

Like everything TESLA must be ONLY FOR THE RICH

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Jared Haas 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

This video started out by saying that EVs 'eliminate' pollution and have a drastically lower fuel cost than gasoline cars. This is simply not true on both counts. EVs trade gasoline related pollution for coal and rare metal related pollutions, and they are cheaper to fuel but barely enough to make up for their added purchase price, depending on how much you drive. And I own an EV so I'm not some kind of oil executive driving a diesel truck with a bias. But take my word for it, EVs are not the environmental or economic savior they are cracked up to be. They are right for some uses and users but not all. Anyone claiming otherwise is ignorant of lying to you.

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Pettre Hello 16/10/2021 - 12:33 AM

I don’t like Tesla

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