Clean Energy Series #2 – Air Heat

We all have at least one heat pump – our refrigerator/freezer. Air conditioners are also heat pumps. Both take the heat out of a space and move it elsewhere. Air Source Heat Pumps are more efficient air conditioners that cool during the summer – but then compress the heat out of the air and bring the warmth inside during the winter. “Cold Climate” heat pumps now work down to minus 15 degrees, and they save money, especially if you currently heat with oil or need alternatives due to natural gas supply constraints.

NYSERDA & ConEd share how to access $450 Million of incentives & technical support.

Mike Murphy of Murphy Brothers Contracting tells how combining heat pumps with solar in their 40,000 sqft Mamaroneck building delivers all their heat, air conditioning & electricity for a total of $1,500 a month.

Daikin shares how St. Bart’s Church in White Plains took advantage of a zero cash deal to replace their dead oil furnace with heat pumps. They are now saving money on heat, gained air conditioning, and can gain added revenue by renting the space for events.

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