After a decade of innovation, air conditioning is finally catching on with homeowners, who have begun to buy and install the newest, most efficient models of air conditioning units.
This article explores the history and the technology behind the Air-Conditioning Greenwoods, a sleek, air-conditioned refrigerator that is still in use in some parts of the world.
The story begins in 2005 with the launch of the Airconditioning Orange.
In 2014, it was expanded to include Air-Condo Greenwood, which came to market in 2020 and became the first air conditioner with built-in cooling systems.
In 2017, the Air Conditioning Green Wood debuted.
It is an eco-friendly, low-maintenance, high-efficiency refrigerator that also features a built-out heat exchanger and a small electric fan that makes it more efficient than its predecessors.
The Greenwood refrigerator was designed to be a home-based solution.
It uses a proprietary “Greenwood Plus” heating technology, which uses a refrigerant-free, hydrogen-powered battery to heat the inside of the refrigerator to at least 40°F (12°C).
The refrigerator also features built-back fans that are designed to cool down and vent the air.
These features are unique to the Greenwood and it was designed for those who wanted a home refrigerator that had minimal moving parts.
The first Greenwood units were installed in 2019 in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Since then, other countries have added Greenwoods to their homes.
Today, the Greenwoods are the most popular model in the world with more than 200,000 units sold in more than 120 countries worldwide.