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* PPC myHome HeatPump+ will be commercially available after 20/05/2022. The reward appears on the bill as "Reward-Incentive EA".
Heating devices based on technology that allows us to transfer energy from a low-temperature room to a higher-temperature room.
There is, and it is the myHome Heat Pump+ product.
Understanding the cost of purchasing and installing a heat pump, as well as its contribution to the electrification of heating & cooling, environmental protection, and increased household energy efficiency, PPC has decided to reward its customers who decide to invest in the installation of a heat pump in their home with a €500 bill credit via the myHome HeatPump+ energy product.
No. There is no reward available unless you buy a pump through the all-around solution myEnergy HeatPump and myHome HeatPump+ product.
Customers who already have a heat pump installed are not eligible for the PPC Heat Pump reward, but they can buy the specialised myHome HeatPump product.
Heat pumps work in the same way that all refrigeration machines do, and they operate on the same principles as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and so on. Their operation is based on the refrigeration cycle, which is a continuous cycle of fluid expansion and compression (refrigerant).
A heat pump can both heat and cool a room. Cooling requires the use of specific equipment, such as fan coil terminal units or underfloor heating.
Yes, a heat pump can also be used for hot water supply provided that the necessary equipment is installed, such as a boiler that works with a heat pump.
By installing the necessary components, the heat pump can be used in conjunction with the existing solar water heater.
Heat pumps can be integrated into existing heating pipes to replace the existing heating system. The old oil or gas boiler is removed, and a heat pump is installed in its place. This is linked to the house's heating pipes. It is connected to the house's heating collectors in the case of stand-alone systems.
You certainly can. It is sufficient to construct an internal heating pipe network within the residence that connects your terminal units (e.g., radiators) to the heat pump.
Heat pumps consist of an outdoor unit and, depending on the application and your needs, an indoor unit. In most cases, they only consist of the outdoor unit. If the performance of the outdoor unit is not affected by distance losses, it can be installed on one of your balconies or on the building's roof.
In terms of size, imagine it having the same dimensions as an outdoor air conditioning unit. If the house is large, it will most likely be twice the height of the air conditioner.
The noise heat pumps produce while working is minimal and comparable to that of a modern air conditioner.
Heat pumps have COPs (Coefficients of Performance) ranging from 4 to 5. This means they use one unit of electricity while producing up to five units of thermal or cooling energy. They also use inverter technology, which results in high efficiency, small size, and low production costs.
Heat pumps are completely dependable machines that run smoothly and efficiently.
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