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Affordable Hybrid Heat Pump Clothes Dryer for the US Residential Market (TIP 323)

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Created 6/9/2017 by Tyler Dillavou
Updated 11/13/2019 by Conduit Admininistrator
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Contact and Funding
Lead Org(s): Bonneville Power Administration
Primary: Robert Weber206-220-6783rmweber@bpa.gov
Product Components
Super Efficient Dryer
Project Objectives:

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in partnership with a US based global manufacturing services provider will design, construct, and demonstrate an affordable heat pump clothes dryer (HPCD) suitable for the US market. A novel hybrid HPCD will be developed and demonstrated to save at least 50% of the energy used by conventional electric dryers, and will have a payback of less than five years for at least 25% of BPA residential customers.

Current Project Phase: Canceled
Current Project Status: Not Specified
Project Outcome: Dormant
Notes on Project Outcome: N/A
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