Replace oil and gas boilers, water heaters, and traditional air conditioners with safe, efficient, all-electric heat-pump technology.
Worldwide, the majority of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings are still reliant on fossil fuels for heating and cooling. Heating and cooling buildings represents between 13 percent and 39 percent of energy use across OECD countries, with direct building operations (heating, cooling, and electricity) responsible for 28 percent of energy-related greenhouse emissions globally. Currently representing only 5 percent of heating demand, heat-pump technology represents a key way to significantly reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from buildings. If powered by renewable generated electricity, heat pumps will provide an enormous reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.