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Combi Space and Water Heater - Heat Pump

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Alias(es)
Combo Combination
Created 10/26/2017 by Christopher Kroeker
Updated 4/12/2019 by Mark Rehley
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Description

A combination space and water heating  system powered by natural gas. May use a sorption process (adsorption or absorption), internal combustion engine driving a vapor compression cycle, or a stirling based heat pump system. 

Contributing Org
NEEA (Jeff Rigotti)
Market/Commercial Readiness
Level 4
Growing (commercially available in NW from at least 2 mfrs, growing market demand)
Product Performance
Level 3
Lab Validation (independent lab testing of features and savings)
Program Readiness
Level 2
Exploratory (performance at min. of 2, limited risk and market assessment performed)
Sector(s)
Commercial
Residential
Energy System(s)
HVAC
Water Heating
Energy Subsystem(s)
Air and Fluid Distribution
Water Heaters
Building Type(s)
Residential:Single-Family
Residential:Multi-family
Commercial:Food Service
Commercial:Office
Commercial:School
Commercial:Multifamily
Cost and Savings
Unit Cost: N/A
Savings Type: ElectricANDGasSavings
Elec. Unit Savings: N/A
Gas Unit Savings: N/A
Unit: N/A
Benefits and Regional Potential
Non-Energy Benefits:

Emergency electric power for resiliency or space cooling.

Elec. Potential: N/A
Gas Potential: N/A
Explanation: N/A
EE or DR Benefit
Energy Efficiency Benefit
RTF Research Plan
N/A
RTF Sunset Date
N/A
Additional Information

Coefficients of performance (COP) of these units is greater than 1.

Current and future manufacturers include:

  • Stone Mountain Technologies Inc. (SMTI) with ammonia/water absorption systems
  • Intellichoice, m-Trigen, Tecogen Ilios, Yanmar with internal combustion vapor compression systems
  • Boostheat and Thermolift with Stirling cycle variations
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