Decarbonizing Buildings with Packaged Rooftop Heat Pumps
Heat pumps can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve decarbonization goals. Learn how to specify rooftop heat pumps in this webcast.
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In the United States, space heating accounted for 32% of energy end-use consumption in commercial buildings, while cooling and ventilation together accounted for 20%, totaling over half of all energy consumption. Although the commercial HVAC industry has driven significant innovation to reduce energy consumption in cooling and ventilation through high-efficiency equipment, shifting towards heat pumps puts emphasis on replacing fossil fuels with electricity during heating.
Learn how HVAC electrification using heat pump technology will help decarbonize building footprint by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and help achieve the environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.
- An Overview of Heat Pump Technology.
- Explore Various Heat Pump Applications.
- Understand Heat Pump Cost-of-Ownership for the Client/Building Owner.
- Highlight Advantages of Enlight™ High-Efficiency Heat Pumps.
Eddie Chavez, Director of Product Management, Lennox Industries
Tate Byers, Lead Product Manager, Lennox Industries
Amara Rozgus, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology