LONG-TERM MARKET TRANSFORMATION GOALS
|of Northeast homes use high performance ASHPs for heating.||of Northeast homes are “energy smart” with at least two “energy smart” systems (HVAC, water heating, plug loads)||of Northeast homes with high performance ASHPs are retrofitted to improve thermal efficiency performance.|
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
List your products on NEEP’s
Subscribe to participate in the ASHP and Smart Controls Initiative
|Attend and/or Sponsor an Event|
Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pumps (ccASHPs) and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems offer households and businesses a super-efficient clean energy solution to dramatically reduce the use of less efficient, carbon-intensive space heating systems while also offering efficient air conditioning. Smart controls bridge ASHP systems with other heating systems to maximize efficiency and occupant comfort while also enabling real-time demand response in thermally-efficient homes to support efficient, reliable grid operation.
NEEP’s Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) and Smart Controls regional initiative weaves together and implements our regional market transformation strategies to accelerate market adoption of ASHPs and Smart Controls.
See the Project Brief Here.
See the Full Project Overview Here.
Since first launching in 2015, the cold-climate ASHP product specification and list has evolved to meet the needs of consumers and installers who live and work in cold climates, as well as meet the needs of efficiency programs across the Northeast U.S. and Canada. Access the current ccASHP product list here.
Updated Product Specification: To stay current with product development and innovation, on January 1, 2019, the V3.0 ccASHP specification will be in effect. In April 2019, the product list will move to an enhanced database that offers a new format and user interface to ease ccASHP product list review and comparison along with user-friendly technical information. Subscribers to NEEP’s ASHP initiative will receive enhanced access.
Additional Links and Resources
- Access the Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump product list (starting in April 2019, limited access for non-subscribers)
- Air Source Heat Pump Installer Resources
- Air Source Heat Pump Consumer Resource
- 2017 Regional Strategic Electrification Assessment
- 2017 Regional Strategic Electrification Action Plan
Join our list of 2019 subscribers:
- Ace Energy Services
- Bruce Harley Energy Consulting LLC
- Concord Municipal Light Plant
- Fujitsu General America
- Johnson Controls
- Kinetik Energy Solutions
Thank you to our 2018 project funders: