A webinar hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill Partnership on November 1, reviewed 4 market-ready solutions to further improve efficiency in warm climates of CO2 booster systems.
Speaking on the first day of the Chillventa Congress, Van Baxter – an engineer from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US state of Tennessee – said that the growth of the United States heat pump market was largely due to the lumber industry.
As our preview coverage of new natural refrigerant products at Chillventa 2016 continues, today the spotlight falls on Thermowave GmbH, which will be showcasing an efficient new plate heat exchanger for high-pressure CO2 applications.
Japanese firm Sanden is set to launch the first CO2 heat pump water heater available for residential use on the North American market.
Japan remains the world leader by far in terms of using natural refrigerants for domestic water heating, while the number of CO2 heat pumps is growing by hundreds of thousands of units annually, new data shows.