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Traditionally, heat pumps were primarily effective at maintaining comfortable temperatures in moderate climates. Today’s cold climate heat pumps, however, can be used in considerably colder conditions – though to a certain degree. In the case of the community centre, a backup heating system was needed for extremely cold days.
This wasn’t the cheapest route, but it future-proofed the sustainability of the centre’s energy system for many years to come.
Today, more and more organizations – in both urban and rural settings – are implementing innovative solutions like cold climate heat pumps to drive building energy efficiency and sustainability. There’s a growing urgency to do so.
While 2050 seems far away, it’s actually a tight timeline; much more needs to be done to reach net zero.