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Heat Pumps: the Future of Home Heating

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  • Heat Pumps: the Future of Home Heating

    35:15

    It's so cold that it's hot.
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    Chest Freezers; What they tell us about designing for X

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  • Hydrogen Boilers, Heat Pumps & The Future of Heating

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    We're joined by Martyn Bridges, Director of Marketing and Technical Support at Worcester Bosch Group, to discuss hydrogen boilers and the future of heating our homes with reduced emissions.

    MORE ON HYDROGEN BOILERS FROM WORCESTER BOSCH

    Why hydrogen boilers?

    But for the heating and hot water industry, removing carbon is much more difficult, largely because of the existing infrastructure, where the majority of UK homes use natural gas for heating

    Yet, with a third of UK greenhouse gases coming from our homes, it is quite clear that the UK will not meet its climate change targets without a change in home heating technology and fuel.

    Replacing natural gas boilers with hydrogen gas may be the simplest solution to the nation’s heating problems. The only by-product of burning hydrogen gas is water, meaning that it is a carbon-free fuel source and could be a key method to help decarbonise heating and hot water in UK homes.

    How do hydrogen boilers work?

    A hydrogen boiler, in theory, can fit into a current boiler’s physical space in the home without much disruption to the homeowner. With a similar build to existing boilers, installers will already have most skills necessary to fit these products too.

    Over the last few years, leading boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch have not only been advocating for hydrogen, but they have also developed a prototype boiler that can run on 100% hydrogen gas.

    The prototype has been designed to also run effectively on natural gas. This means that in the future if hydrogen gas becomes reality, those who have a ‘hydrogen-ready’ boiler can simply convert to hydrogen without the need for an entirely new heating system.



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  • The Future of Heat Pumps is Underground

    28:04

    If you thought you were pumped earlier, wait until you get a load of this! Policymakers, pay attention!

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  • Is Geothermal Heating and Cooling Worth the Cost? Heat Pumps Explained

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    Is Geothermal Heating and Cooling Worth the Cost? Heat pumps Explained. Go to to sign up for free. And also, the first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium membership. When building a house, homeowners have several ways to power their heating and cooling systems, like oil, natural gas, or electricity. But there’s another option right below our feet. You can install geothermal heating and cooling in your home, but is it worth the cost? And how does it hold up?

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  • What is more Energy efficient? Heat pump vs Electric heater resistive heating Heating Home with A/C

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    What wild new products is Tesla planning? In this video, we take a look at what an HVAC System from Tesla could look like and how it could disrupt the home heating and cooling industry.

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  • How to calculate when heat pumps make financial sense

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    How heat pumps work, in this video we'll be discussing how heat pumps work starting from the basics to help you learn HVAC engineering. We cover Air to air heat pumps, air to water heat pumps, ground source heat pumps, water source heat pumps, working principles, system schematics and working animations. How a heat pump works.

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  • Furnaces: Why we still burn fuel to heat our homes

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    Ever wonder why the gas-fired furnace is still so prevalent? Why isn't electric heat the standard? Well, wonder no more as we explore the economic and practical reasons the gas-fired furnace is so ubiquitous in colder climates, and how in the future this is almost certainly going to change.

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  • Dont heat pumps cost more to run than furnaces?

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    Most people think that heat pumps cost more to run than furnaces. Here's an example of a client who removed his gas meter (in Cleveland!) to #ElectrifyEverything and heat with a heat pump.

    Crazy? Check the numbers, you decide.

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  • Geothermal ground source heat pumps. Heating your home from your own back yard!

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    Geothermal energy could be potentially transformational for our power grids, as we saw in our last video. But you and I can also get in on the act by drawing our own domestic heating from beneath our gardens (or communal gardens if you live in an apartment block). The technology is called a Ground Source Heat Pump. They've been around for a while but they are growing very quickly in popularity and may prove to be one of the lynch pins in helping us get to carbon neutrality by 2050.



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  • Can you HEAT & POWER a big house with RENEWABLES? | FULLY CHARGED for clean energy & electric cars.

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  • Is electric heating the future? - LOT20 and SAP10 explained.

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    Joe Robinson runs through the changes in building regulations and product design requirements for electric heaters. With a move away from gas heating, electric radiators could become a mainstream heat source for new build properties. - Good news for electricians.

    Get up to speed with the changes in this video.

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  • Hydrogen for heating our homes

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    Following on from video #59, which looked at energy storage in hydrogen, this week we discuss some of the feedback and comments that were expressed by you on the subject of hydrogen as part of the renewable energy project. We also focus on the potential of hydrogen for heating our homes - something that is being enthusiastically embraced by the UK government.



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  • Elon Musk’s Upcoming Tesla HVAC to Disrupt Homes as Early as Next Year

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  • The MrCool Universal Heat Pump Heats at -24 Degrees

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    We installed the all new MrCool Universal heat pump in Grand Forks, North Dakota, which is the coldest city in the lower 48 states. Want to see how well this heat pump did? Spoiler alert, it heated the house and maintained 70 degrees while -24° outside.

  • Geothermal for new construction and retrofit

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    Geothermal technology is one of the most energy efficient ways to heat and cool your home. Installation methods allow almost any type or style of home to take advantage of geothermal heating and cooling. Whether its new construction or retrofit, installing geothermal could be right for you.

  • What is a Dual Fuel HVAC Home Heating and Cooling System?

    2:16

    Did you know that by pairing an electric heat pump with a traditional gas furnace, you can maximize energy cost savings and greatly increase the efficiency of your home?

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    In this video we’ll discuss what a dual fuel HVAC system is and how it could benefit you. By itself, a split system heat pump can operate down to around 35° F, and will then switch to auxiliary heat mode using electric heating strips, which leads to higher electrical usage and ultimately much higher electric bills, in cold months. Dual Fuel systems avoid this by pairing a high efficiency furnace that communicates with the heat pump through an outdoor temperature sensor. Once freezing temperatures approach, the sensor automatically signals the system to switch over from the heat pump to the furnace to heat the home, based on the temperature balance point programmed into the thermostat. When the outdoor temperatures rise above the balance point, the temperature sensor automatically reverts heating back to the heat pump, optimizing efficiency.

  • My DIY Geothermal System Was So CHEAP!!!

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    If you've ever thought geothermal is out of your price range, I'm here to tell you that you may be surprised at how affordable it actually is. I did my own diy geothermal system for about the same price as a typical 13 to 14 SEER HVAC system, and I get double the efficiency. If you are willing to put in some work, you too can afford this option and reap the benefits of lower utility costs ongoing. A geothermal heat pump is one of the most efficient systems out there.

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  • Heat pumps: an introduction

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    How the three types of heat pumps (ground-source, air-source and water-source) work, and where is best to locate them. This is part of our work (we're the Centre for Sustainable Energy in Bristol) to help communities influence local planning policy and contribute to a low-carbon and renewable energy future (

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  • Introduction to fully ducted heat pumps for all electric heating and cooling

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    This session discusses the concept of high-performance homes and buildings and the application of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) ducted heat pumps to meet their design and efficiency requirements. It reviews different types of ducted indoor units, the special design considerations associated with them and how to effectively design for cold climate installations.

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    Define and describe what is meant by the term VRF high performance ducted heat pump and Explain the different types of ducted indoor units and special design considerations associated with them along how they can meet LEED BD+C V4
    Review LEED BD+C V4 Homes Balancing of Heating and Cooling Distribution Systems Heating and Cooling Distribution Systems Quiet Systems
    Identify the heating needs for cold climates and how ducted indoor units can meet these along with how validate energy savings through the LEED BD+C HOMES V4 LEED Energy Budget
    List the benefits ducted VRF systems provide for the design of high-performance homes and buildings and how LEED BD+C V4 Homes Balancing of Heating and Cooling Distribution Systems multizones are relevant

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    Instructor: Mike Schaefer

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    Mike has been in the HVAC Industry since 2005 where he has worked on all levels including contracting, distribution and manufacturing. Mike joined Mitsubishi Electric in 2014 as Commercial Area Manager before transitioning to Residential Area Sales Manager, both for the Chicago market. He is currently part of Mitsubishi Electric’s Performance Construction Team which is focused on providing healthy, efficient and reliable mechanical solutions to the high-performance building market.

  • The Future of Heating: Advanced Residential Heating System

    1:52

    According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, about 12 million U.S. homes use electric heat pumps, primarily in the southeast.

    A traditional heat pump warms a home by drawing heat from the outside air. When exterior temperatures drop below the balance point, or the point at which standard heat pumps can no longer supply enough heat, a less-efficient auxiliary heating system kicks in to keep the house warm.

    What if there were a system with greater flexibility? The Advanced Residential Heating System. combines an advanced heat pump with a variable gas or electric furnace in a cohesive system that is more efficient, more resilient, and more flexible. This new system could lower energy costs, enhance customer resilience and improve demand response.

  • Heat Pump Hot Water Heaters are the future

    3:03

    Thanks to our net positive sponsor RHEEM we want to help spread the word about the new technology available to help heat water easily, reliably and affordable without a drop of gas! These systems use the natural air temperature to heat water up 350% efficient. Many utilities now are offering incentives for these devices as well to help cover some of the higher upfront costs. Many large multifamily projects are specing 1 of these at 80 gallons to cover a whole floor. Learn more today!

  • 10 Myths About Heating Your Home

    6:52

    In today’s world, there is a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to heating and cooling your home. So in this video, we’re going to cover 10 myths about heating your home and find out which ones are true and which ones are a bust!

    By the end of this video, you’ll have a better understanding of your HVAC system and you’ll be ready to take the next step in selecting the heating system that’s right for you!

    Here's a list of the 10 myths that we hear about heating your home:

    0:00 - Intro
    0:52 - If I set my thermostat higher, my house will heat up faster.
    1:33 - It’s more cost-efficient to leave the heater at the same temperature all day, whether or not I’m home.
    2:01 - I can use space heaters or fireplaces to replicate the heat of an HVAC system.
    2:27 - Windows matter more than my furnace, since so much heat can escape from them.
    2:48 - Since warm air rises, why not just heat the basement and allow it to travel upward?
    3:24 - I need to run my heat constantly in the winter to keep the pipes from freezing.
    3:54 - Heat Pumps won’t work in freezing temperatures.
    4:40 - If I close vents to certain rooms, I can save money.
    5:28 - The furnace fan doesn’t help in the winter.
    6:05 - My furnace is running fine. I don’t need yearly maintenance on it.
    6:36 - Outro

    Now that you know more about your specific HVAC system, visit our services page to see how we can help you with your specific heating and cooling needs in Columbus, OH.



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  • Heat Pumps: the wise choice for heating AND cooling

    5:20

    Air Source Heat Pumps are the best of both worlds. ASHPs provide home cooling and supplemental heating with 72% less electricity than conventional air conditioners and furnaces. You can switch between cooling and heating directly from the thermostat, putting you in complete control.

  • Pros and Cons of Air Source Heat Pumps

    2:38

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    0:18 Advantages of air source heat pumps
    1:43 Disadvantages of air source heat pumps

    Have you considered installing and air source heat pump for your home? In this video we'll go through the pros and cons of the system, so you can make a more informed decision.

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  • Air Source Heat Pump Winter Review and Performance Update: What Happens When Temperatures Drop

    8:42

    Air Source Heat Pump Winter Review and Performance Update: What Happens When Temperatures Drop

    In this video we provide an honest verdict on whether we think that air source heat pumps are effective, efficient and sustainable in the UK when temperatures drop below 0C.

    If you’re interested in an air source heat pump from Global Energy Systems, you can use this code when you contact them and you’ll get £200 off your installation (and we’ll get some Amazon vouchers): GESRFAF000160

    When we committed to installing an air source heat pump (ASHP), we had reservations whether it would heat the house sufficiently during cold winters. At the same time, we wanted to move away from oil so that we could be more sustainable and reduce our carbon footprint. So we took the plunge.

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    There are a lot of naysayers when it comes to air source heat pumps. Most say that they're not good enough to heat homes in the UK over winter because it’s too cold and wet.

    Throughout spring and autumn, our ASHP operating costs were much cheaper than oil. The real test was always going to be the winter. Luckily for our review, we had an awful winter that was cold and damp; the worst weather conditions it could operate in.

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  • How the Dimplex A-Class air source heat pump provides heat for your home

    8:56

    Short animated film which shows how the Dimplex A-Class air source heat pump works.

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  • Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump Paired with Gas Furnace Allows for Reduced Fossil Fuel Use

    3:23

    The science is clear; the climate is changing and we have to reduce our fossil fuel use. This household has future-proofed by installing a cold climate air source heat pump paired with their existing gas furnace, allowing them to set their thermostat to optimize cost and reduce fossil fuel use, based on fuel prices and carbon reduction goals. Heat pumps both heat and cool, allowing for A/C if needed in the increasing summer heat waves!

    This is an especially good solution in Upstate NY, where over half of the electricity is already renewable on the grid, and it's even better if you have solar panels on your home - your solar can power your heat!

  • Air Source Heat Pumps are on the rise - What are the benefits?

    3:00

    Air Source Heat Pumps are becoming more popular now because of their efficiency, ability to dehumidify even when not fully cooling, use as ducted or ductless, cheaper than geothermal drilling and now work down way before 0 in the negatives in cold climates.

    Many projects like tighter homes or multifamily apts can benefit from these devices in order to have right sized equipment as opposed to oversized gas systems.

    Learn more today from our sponsor Mitsubishi!

  • Adapting heat pumps to our Canadian climate

    2:10

    NRCan scientists are rethinking traditional methods of heating and cooling, to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in homes.

  • Hybrid heat pumps in Europe: why they could be a key solution in the decarbonisation puzzle

    47:42

    More attention than ever is being focussed on improving Europe’s existing buildings & tackling carbon emissions from heating and cooling. Multiple technology solutions exist to improve heating efficiency and decarbonise home comfort. But pure electrification faces possible challenges dealing with winter peaks, and decarbonised gases - while promising - are currently a long way off being available in the quantities needed. Natural gas use is coming under increasing pressure, but is unlikely to phased out any time soon. Within this mix, hybrid heat pumps can offer the best of both worlds: making use of low carbon electricity & reducing natural gas use today, while alleviating grid constraints & keeping the door open for decarbonised gases in the future.

    Join the Delta-EE Heat team for this webinar where we present our views & insights on:
    • Where the market is at for hybrid heat pumps in Europe today
    • What benefits hybrid heat pumps can bring, to end-users and to commercial players in the energy system
    • How long the window of opportunity might be for hybrid heat pumps in Europe

  • How Much Does a Heat Pump Cost?

    5:36

    You might find yourself in a situation where you need to replace your current heating system. After talking with thousands of clients, we’ve found that cost is one of the most common factors in the process. So how much does a heat pump cost?

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    We’ve broken this video down to 3 categories to show you a range of price options available and the features that are included in each category.

    0:00 Intro
    1:18 What's the price range for an entry-level heat pump?
    2:19 What's the price range for a mid-range heat pump?
    3:33 What's the price range for a high-end heat pump?
    5:00 What are some factors that can change the cost?
    5:17 Outro

    In each category we will break down.

    What’s the price range for a heat pump?
    What are some specific models that are included in this category?
    What are some of the features that are included with these heat pumps?
    And finally, who’s the right fit for this type of heat pump?

    So now that you know the typical cost for a heat pump, head over to our products page to see a complete list of comfort levels and efficiency ratings for each heat pump we offer in Columbus, OH.



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  • Top 20 Home Heating FAQs

    12:30

    In this video Keith Scully, a member of our Technical Sales team discusses the frequently asked questions about which Grant appliances best suit individual homes.

    Keith also explains the key features of our heating technologies and what makes them the number one choice for home heating.

  • Cost Comparison of the Top Home Heating Fuel Types - Propane vs Natural Gas vs Electric & More

    18:17

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    Here I show the current pricing of the most popular types of fuel for heating a home in the USA. I also share my experience and opinion about each type and my take on geothermal or air source heat pumps. This is a super interesting topic and I'd love to hear how you heat your home!

    Thanks for watching and we'll catch you later!

    Blessings,

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  • Utilizing Heat Pumps for Simultaneous Heating and Cooling Applications

    5:00

    This video provides a brief overview of what a water-to-water heat pump system is, how it operates and its primary building owner benefit - energy efficiency.

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    The video that follows is for educational use only. It is not intended as a substitute for full professional training or careful job planning, as each installation varies in its individual circumstances. Professional judgment is required with each installation, in conjunction with any applicable laws, regulations, or building codes. Copyright Johnson Controls International Plc 2016. All rights reserved.

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  • Heat Pumps: The Ultimate Guide

    4:48

    In this video we provide you with all the information you need to know about air and ground source heat pumps. Technical Account Manager, Rachel Roberts, who has over 21 years’ experience with heat pumps and integrated underfloor heating systems, talks through the products and their benefits.

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    0:12 What is a heat pump?
    0:48 Choosing the right heat pump
    2:35 Is a heat pump right for your project?
    3:44 Choosing the right heating system
    4:17 Other renewable solutions

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  • Affordable Geothermal | Future House | Ask This Old House

    13:29

    Ask This Old House home technology expert Ross Trethewey travels to Albany, New York to explore ways to make drilling for and installing geothermal heat pumps more affordable for average homeowners.

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  • Ways we could heat our homes with electricity in future - Richard Lowes, UK Energy Research Centre

    11:54

    Filmed at The Climate Assembly UK ~ Weekend 2 ~ February 7th-9th 2020 in Birmingham

    The UK is committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050. Climate Assembly UK will bring together people from all walks of life and of all shades of opinion to discuss how the UK should meet this target.

    Climate Assembly UK will have over 100 members, who together are representative of the UK population. These assembly members will come from 30,000 households randomly selected from across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

    The assembly members will meet over four weekends in Spring 2020. They will hear balanced evidence on the choices the UK faces, discuss them, and make recommendations about what the UK should do to become net zero by 2050.

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  • Is Geothermal Energy the Next Solar?

    49:25

    Dandelion is helping people save money by switching to geothermal energy for their heating and cooling. At first, I was confused by this but by the end of the interview completely amazed at how game-changing this can be. Learn more about Dandelion at

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    // What are Geothermal Heat Pumps?
    A geothermal heat pump or ground source heat pump (GSHP) is a central heating and/or cooling system that transfers heat to or from the ground.

    It uses the earth all the time, without any intermittency, as a heat source (in the winter) or a heat sink (in the summer). This design takes advantage of the moderate temperatures in the ground to boost efficiency and reduce the operational costs of heating and cooling systems, and may be combined with solar heating to form a geosolar system with even greater efficiency. They are also known by other names, including geoexchange, earth-coupled, earth energy systems. The engineering and scientific communities prefer the terms geoexchange or ground source heat pumps to avoid confusion with traditional geothermal power, which uses a high temperature heat source to generate electricity.[1] Ground source heat pumps harvest heat absorbed at the Earth's surface from solar energy. The temperature in the ground below 6 metres (20 ft) is roughly equal to the mean annual air temperature[2] at that latitude at the surface.

    Depending on latitude, the temperature beneath the upper 6 metres (20 ft) of Earth's surface maintains a nearly constant temperature between 10 and 16 °C (50 and 60 °F),[3] if the temperature is undisturbed by the presence of a heat pump. Like a refrigerator or air conditioner, these systems use a heat pump to force the transfer of heat from the ground. Heat pumps can transfer heat from a cool space to a warm space, against the natural direction of flow, or they can enhance the natural flow of heat from a warm area to a cool one. The core of the heat pump is a loop of refrigerant pumped through a vapor-compression refrigeration cycle that moves heat. Air-source heat pumps are typically more efficient at heating than pure electric heaters, even when extracting heat from cold winter air, although efficiencies begin dropping significantly as outside air temperatures drop below 5 °C (41 °F).[citation needed] A ground source heat pump exchanges heat with the ground. This is much more energy-efficient because underground temperatures are more stable than air temperatures through the year. Seasonal variations drop off with depth and disappear below 7 metres (23 ft)[4] to 12 metres (39 ft)[5] due to thermal inertia. Like a cave, the shallow ground temperature is warmer than the air above during the winter and cooler than the air in the summer. A ground source heat pump extracts ground heat in the winter (for heating) and transfers heat back into the ground in the summer (for cooling). Some systems are designed to operate in one mode only, heating or cooling, depending on climate.

    Geothermal pump systems reach fairly high coefficient of performance (CoP), 3 to 6, on the coldest of winter nights, compared to 1.75–2.5 for air-source heat pumps on cool days.[6] Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are among the most energy-efficient technologies for providing HVAC and water heating.[7][8]

    Setup costs are higher than for conventional systems, but the difference is usually returned in energy savings in 3 to 10 years, and even shorter lengths of time with federal, state and utility tax credits and incentives.

  • The Eco-friendly house - home using heat pump technology for heating, cooling and hot water.

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    The eco-friendly house - a detached family home using heat pump technology for heating,cooling and hot water. Warsaw, Poland
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  • Heat Pumps for Home Heating, Cooling and Hot Water

    34:23

    Bob Zogg, an energy consultant and Carlisle resident, explains the different types and uses of heat pumps for your home, including the technical issues, financial considerations and questions you should ask your contractor to have the right heat pump installed. lProduced for Cooler Concord by Bob Lawson.

  • Advantage Air-to-Water Heat Pump - Built By Enertech

    3:44

    Enertech's Advantage (AV) Heat Pump is a turnkey solution for the future of air-to-water heat pump technology.
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    Enertech is bringing modern heating and cooling capabilities to projects aiming to achieve high-efficiencies, utility cost-savings, and/or net-zero status with its air-to-water heat pump technology. This system achieves exceptional efficiency ratings compared to conventional air-source heat pumps, even below 0°F outside air temperatures.

    It is the first complete solution that provides radiant in-floor heating, forced-air heating and cooling functionality, and it supplies 100% of the home's domestic hot water needs.

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  • Guide to Air Source Heat Pumps | Homebuilding

    10:22

    Homebuilding's renewable energy expert David Hilton talks us through the science, benefits and realities of Air Source Heat Pumps - how they work, why they're beneficial, and what other aspects of your heating system you'd need to consider.

  • Ep1: How And Why We Chose An Air Source Heat Pump Over An Oil Boiler to Heat Our Period Property

    24:58

    Ep1: How And Why We Chose An Air Source Heat Pump Over An Oil Boiler to Heat Our Period Property

    We discuss why we opted for an air source heat pump, and why we chose the 18kW Caernarfon model from Global Energy Systems.

    We explain, in simple terms, how an air source heat pump works, before discussing our reasons to opt for air source over ground source, finding a suitable, professional installer, some of the issues we faced and why we decided to proceed with the 18kW Caernarfon air source heat pump from Global Energy Systems.

    If you’re interested in an air source heat pump from Global Energy Systems, you can use this code when you contact them and you’ll get £200 off your installation (and we’ll get some Amazon vouchers): GESRFAF000160

    2:20 How does an air source heat pump work
    5:53 Ground source vs air source
    8:26 Finding and choosing an installer and supplier
    12:22 Why we chose Global Energy Systems

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  • What is an Air Source Heat Pump? Everything you need to know

    2:28

    More people than ever are turning to air source heat pumps and this video will get you up to speed on how they work work, whether they're worth installing and the potential cost.

    Interested to see if a an air source heat pump is right for your home? Get free no-obligation quotes from local installers →

    What is an air source heat pump? Air source heat pumps are a renewable way of heating your home using the air outside. Even in temperatures as low as -15C, air source heat pumps can extract heat from the air outside and use it to heat the home.

    Most homes use a boiler for the central heating, but even the most efficient boilers waste energy (usually between 6-12% of the energy used). Meanwhile, an air source heat pump produces 3 times as much energy as it uses!

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  • Community Heating - District Heating With Ground Source Heat Pumps

    1:41

    District heating with Kensa ground source heat pumps has unlimited possibilities for communities, rivalling and replacing the gas network to help the UK meet its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050.

    Discover how Kensa's ambient temperature loop system works with multiple energy sources to serve individual ground source heat pumps inside new and existing homes with sustainable, low carbon, non air polluting, heating and hot water.

    Featuring:

    - Shared ground loop arrays with closed loop boreholes
    - Open loop boreholes from an aquifer
    - Open loop from flooded mine workings
    - Open loop from sea, lakes & rivers
    - 'Micro-district' shared ground loop arrays for phased or isolated developments and communities
    - Split ownership models encompassing separate ownership of the heat pumps and pipework infrastructure
    - Energy boosters to maximise waste heat harvesting including PVT, air handling units, process cooling, heat from underground transport tunnels, data centre cooling, space cooling

    For further information contact Kensa Contracting at or call 0345 222 4328.

  • Blatchford Renewable Energy: Energy Efficient Heat Pumps

    2:27

    Blatchford Renewable Energy is changing how homes are heated and cooled in the Blatchford community. Instead of using a typical furnace or hot water tank that relies on burning fossil fuels, Blatchford homes will use heat pumps. Learn how heat pumps work and why they are called the “magic bullet” of energy efficiency.

  • What is a Heat Pump Water Heater

    2:07

    The primary heating mechanism is a vapor compression cycle (like those in a refrigerator or air conditioner, but operating in reverse) that transfers heat from the surrounding air to the water stored in the tank. Auxiliary electric resistance elements are also included for reliability and quicker recovery. Most current HPWHs are truly hybrids: they integrate a heat pump and electric resistance element(s) into a single storage tank.

  • Heat Smart Capital Region - Cleaner heating and cooling with heat pumps

    1:12:15

    If you are considering a new heating or cooling system, looking to save energy in your home, or simply wondering what you can do to help address climate change, this campaign is for you! The campaign includes a team of six vetted regional heat pump installers and a building efficiency contractor that will provide free home evaluations as well as installations.

    Todd Fabozzi, Director of Sustainability with HeatSmart Capital Region and John Ciovacco with Aztech Geothermal discuss air source and ground source heat pump technology, and if it’s right for your home.

    HeatSmart Capital Region is a community-based outreach, education and group purchasing campaign funded by the New York State Research and Development Authority and managed by the Capital District Regional Planning Commission. The campaign supports building efficiency and the adoption of energy efficient cold climate air source heat pumps, geothermal systems, and hot water heat pumps. Learn more at:

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