Heating & cooling
What is a heat pump
Benefits of a heat pump
The burning of fossil fuels continues to negatively impact our health and environment. Burning fossil fuels for energy generates up to 85% of all airborne respirable particulate pollution, driving climate change at an unprecedented rate¹. To protect our health and environment, the European Union has put forward climate and energy targets, bundled in the European Green Deal. It aims to integrate the existing European energy systems into a more efficient and integrated one, linking energy sources and infrastructure to support decarbonisation. To accelerate our progress towards climate neutrality and fulfill the targets of the European Union, we need more efficient heating solutions.
Samsung’s Heat Pumps feature a wide range of technologies that help optimize your energy usage. They have an energy efficiency rating of up to A+++* across the entire range of capacities and are also compatible with solar PV systems and Smart Grid Ready to further help reduce CO2 emissions and electricity demand compared to traditional gas boilers. *Based on Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (SCOP) for 35 °C. Based on testing defined in EN14825. May vary depending on the system configuration, temperature and actual usage conditions.
While traditional gas boilers can operate on fossil fuels like natural gas and heating oil, Samsung’s Heat Pumps enable you to use green electricity to provide your home with hot water and heating.
Under the right circumstances and considering that a heat pump has a long lifespan and uses much less energy compared to other types of electrical heating to provide you with year-round comfort, a heat pump can save you money in the long run.
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¹ Source: Perera, F., 2017. Pollution from Fossil-Fuel Combustion is the Leading Environmental Threat to Global Pediatric Health and Equity: Solutions Exist. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(1), p.16.