Heat pumps provide an energy efficient way of converting heat from a low temperature to a higher one. Access to the most energy-efficient net-zero products appears strongest in Europe and Japan.
The average lifetime of a domestic heat pump is 20 years, meaning that HFC reliant technology is currently being locked in until 2040. Natural refrigerant alternatives exist, including propane and carbon dioxide for domestic heat pumps.
Heating capacity (kW): 4.5 at 7°C, with 65°C (150F) heated water
Awards/merits: Energy Star, Top 10 Green Building Product
Training availability: Virtual and in person available
Unit price: List price around $4,500
Notes: Depending on the size of the tank, it can be used for multi-family buildings
Heating capacity (kW): 10 at E4/W35
Training availability: Heliotherm heat pumps are sold and installed exclusively by highly trained Heliotherm competence partners. These partners have branches throughout Europe. This ensures expert advice, installation, commissioning and first-class service for guaranteed to the customer on site.