Air conditioning is about to get a little more energy-conscious.
According to a new report, the latest version of the National Electrical Code is giving it a makeover.
The code has come a long way since its introduction in 2012.
Its aim is to provide better energy-efficiency, as well as lower carbon emissions and greenhouse gas emissions, while keeping home heating costs low.
The new code is aimed at ensuring homes have enough energy to operate at a safe level, and also to reduce the carbon footprint of the energy used in the process.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) says that since 2012, there has been a significant improvement in the efficiency of new energy systems.
And the energy efficiency is now well ahead of what was predicted.
In the past, the codes codes were written in the 1930s, when people could only read and write about electricity.
But these days, people are more familiar with energy systems and the processes that they use.
The NEMA says that it expects that, from 2020 onwards, home energy efficiency standards will be updated.
There is no single formula that can provide an energy-saving solution for everyone, and in fact, many of the current codes are already working towards that goal.
However, the new codes aims to provide a more universal solution.
The codes aim to create a uniform system that would ensure that a new energy system is used in all homes in the country.
The changes include: The use of multiple outlets and a minimum of two outlets for each room, and