Tennessee manufacturer Stone Mountain Technologies has produced 30 of its Anesi units and shipped four so far.
Expanded plants in Texas, Kansas and Pennsylvania will produce an estimated 200,000 residential, commercial and industrial units combined ‒ a 200% production increase.
Ten manufacturers and suppliers of building heating and cooling equipment have committed to help California meet its 2030 heat pump target.
Co-owned by Aneo Industry, the heat pump converts 30°C waste heat recovered from Felleskjøpet’s manufacturing line.
With heat extracted from 15°C mine water, Gateshead (U.K.) Council provides low-carbon heating for borough residents with a COP of 3.
German Life Cycle Assessment Finds Ammonia More Environmentally Friendly Than Synthetics or Hydrocarbons for Residential Heat Pumps
The electrical demand has the highest environmental impact, making refrigerant efficiency the most important evaluation criterion.
The Anesi heat pump can provide heating and hot water, reducing heating bills by up to 50%, says manufacturer Stone Mountain Technologies.
The cascade system uses ammonia in the low-stage and water in the high-stage cycle.
Ammonia absorption pump solution can reduce carbon footprint.
Boliden’s low-carbon copper will help Alfa Laval reduce the carbon footprint of its brazed heat exchangers, which are used in a number of HVAC applications, including heat pumps.