Is my assumption correct, that
Power generated by photovoltaic solar panels reduces heat energy from the sun (according to the PV cell efficiency of around 20%) on the area they cover
An A/C converts 100% of the input energy to heat eventually
Actually any powered mechanical device that doesn't store energy will eventually transfer all input energy to heat because every movement ends eventually, due to friction
If these assumptions are correct, is it correct to say that PV powered A/Cs are neutral to heat generation? The same goes then for EVs?
(Note I'm strictly about input/output energy conversion during usage - not the production of the devices etc.)