Most buildings run on multiple fuels: electricity to power lights and plug load and air conditioning and typically natural gas, to power furnaces, boilers and water heaters.
The persistent reliance on fossil fuels makes buildings one of the largest sources of planet-warming pollution. In order to meet local and county carbon neutrality goals, building electrification is a key action step. Heat pumps are the enabling technology of widespread building electrification. Unlike conventional furnaces or boilers, which burn fuels to produce heat, heat pumps use electricity to send heat where it’s needed or remove it from where it’s not.
This session will look at VRF and Roof Top heat pump systems and their application to both new and renovated buildings with the goal of selecting the best system application and taking advantage of multiple efficiencies in design.
Commercial Area Sales Manager – MI
Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US LLC
Application Engineer, Daikin Applied