Tech giant launches a combined heating and cooling system for private homes

Google's holding company has launched an all-in-one heating and air-conditioning system which will compete with US oil-fired burners.

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There have been many predictions about the fast paced market boom for heating and air-conditioning systems in recent years, but now tech giant Alphabet, best known for its subsidiary Google, will begin selling the technology.

The company's research and development department launched Dandelion Air, a combined heating and cooling system.

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