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On its own, a replacement air conditioner can cost between $4,350 - $12,095. A lone replacement furnace can cost between $3,000 - $7,600. (Both of these ranges include the cost of the equipment, labor and other fees.)
But this is one instance where an overly powerful system is a bad thing. In order to properly heat and cool your home, your furnace and air conditioner must be the right size for your home.
For more information on load calculations, check out the video below. While it focuses on air conditioners, we also use this type of load calculation to determine the right size for your furnace. This is the process that your HVAC partner should use to check that your existing system is the right size for your home and your needs.
To truly benefit from a communicating air conditioner, you should generally have a fully communicating HVAC system. This includes a communicating thermostat and a communicating furnace like the Trane XC95M.)
For purposes of this subtitle, if a credit is allowed under this section for any expenditure with respect to any property, the increase in the basis of such property which would (but for this subsection) result from such expenditure shall be reduced by the amount of the credit so allowed.
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Section 302: National Oilheat Research Alliance. The National Oilheat Research Alliance(NORA) was established by the Energy Policy Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-460), and assesses a fee of$.002 per gallon on home heating oil sold by retail distributors. The proceeds, among otherpurposes, are dedicated to research on improving the efficiency of furnaces and boilers, andproviding education and training resources to professionals in the industry. The conference billwould extend the authorization for NORA until nine years (2010) after the date on which theAlliance was established.
Section 376: Federal Coordinator. An independent executive branch Office of the FederalCoordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects would be established, headed by apresidential appointee who would be confirmed by the Senate. The Secretary of Energy would holdthese authorities for up to 18 months while a coordinator was being put in place. The coordinatorwould be responsible for expeditious discharge of other agencies' responsibilities and ensuring thatthe provisions of the Alaska gas subtitle of this bill were complied with.
Section 377: Judicial Review. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbiawould be designated as having original and exclusive jurisdiction over disputes arising from thisproposed legislation. Claims arising under this subtitle would have to be brought not later than 60days after the action giving rise to the claim, and the court would be directed to give them expeditedconsideration.
Sections 421-427: Federal Coal Leases. This subtitle would modify federal coal leasingprocedures to encourage greater coal production on federal lands. Issues raised by these provisionsinclude their impact on regional competition and returns to the U.S. Treasury.
Section 667: Department of Homeland Security Consultation. Before issuing a licensefor a nuclear power plant, NRC would have to consult with the Department of Homeland Securityabout the vulnerability of the proposed plant location to terrorist attack. A similar provision wasincluded in the House bill. Under current law, most other NRC costs must be recovered throughlicensee fees. Appropriation of such sums as necessary to carry out this subtitle would be authorized. This section is new to the conference report.
The sections of this subtitle refer to alternative fuel and vehicle purchase requirements underthe Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA) (P.L. 94-163) and the Energy Policy Act of 1992(EPAct, P.L. 102-486). Various requirements apply to federal vehicle fleets, as well as state fleetsand fleets operated by alternative fuel providers.
This subtitle is similar to provisions in both the House and Senate versions ofH.R. 6. However, the total authorized funding in the conference agreement ($325million) is greater than either the House version ($300 million) or the Senate version ($210 million).
Section 1268: Applicability. Except as specifically noted, this subtitle would not apply tothe U.S. government, a state or any political subdivision of the state, or foreign governmentalauthority operating outside the U.S. A similar provision was included in the House- andSenate-passed H.R. 6.
Section 1271: Savings Provisions. Persons would be able to continue to engage in legalactivities in which they have been engaged, or are authorized to engage in, on the effective date ofthis Act. This subtitle would not limit the authority of FERC under the Federal Power Act or theNatural Gas Act. A similar provision was included in the House- and Senate-passedH.R. 6.
Section 1272: Implementation. Not later than 12 months after enactment, FERC would berequired to promulgate regulations necessary to implement this subtitle and submit to Congressrecommendations for technical or conforming amendments to federal law that would be necessaryto carry out this subtitle. A similar provision was included in the House- and Senate-passedH.R. 6.
Section 1276: Authorization of Appropriations. Necessary funds to carry out this subtitlewould be authorized to be appropriated. A similar provision was included in the House- andSenate-passed H.R. 6. 59ce067264