||[Jul. 29th, 2016|12:29 pm]
The AC at work has public-access thermostats. As I've been thinking about my own carbon footprint lately, I've been paying attention to what those thermostats are set to. They all seem to be set rather cold -- mostly in the 71-73 range, but on a few occasions, I've seen as low as 68. I try to keep the one near me at 75, but occasionally people set it lower.|
At home, I also have central AC. When I'm not home, it's shut off. When I am home, it's set to 78. If it's cool enough outside, I shut off the AC, open up some windows, and set a fan to try to get air circulating through them.
Do you have an air conditioner? If so, is it central or room? And either way, where do you have the thermostat set?
 Nominally central, but in actuality a bunch of separately controlled units with a 40+ year age span.
 All temperatures are in degrees Fahrenheit. It's what they're all instrumented in, and what I most easily think in.
 I'm assuming your room AC, if that's the case, has a thermostat, instead of a "more cool/less cool" control.