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The burning of fossil fuels for energy continues to negatively impact our health and environment. It 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 fulfil the targets of the European Union, we need more efficient climate control solutions both in our homes, and in commercial settings.

At Samsung, we're doing our part.

For example, with our heat pumps, to generate 4.5 kW of energy, they consume only about 1 kW of electricity and generate the rest of the energy from the outside air².


Rethinking refrigerants

Samsung is accelerating the transition to refrigerants with a lower GWP and investing in environmentally friendlier alternatives. The GWP number of a gas refers to how much heat energy it traps in the atmosphere over time, so a lower number is better. For example this year, we’ll introduce our first heat pump with a natural refrigerant, the EHS Mono R290 — with a GWP of 3.

EHS HTLN Convenience v2 converted

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No matter what solution you are looking for, Samsung's here to meet your needs

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.

² Based on internal analysis. The average COP (Nominal Heating) of the Samsung EHS products is 4.52, so they are eco-friendlier compared to conventional boiler systems, which generally have a COP of approximately 1.0.

³ Electricity derived from renewable resources such as solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and low-impact hydro facilities is often referred to as 'green electricity'. https://www.eea.europa.eu/help/glossary/eeaglossary/greenelectricity#:~:text=Electricity%20produced%20from%20resources%20such,to%20as%20'green%20electricity

⁴ Requires SmartThings app and Samsung account. Availability, functionality and compatibility may differ per region. Connection with the Wi-Fi kit (separately sold) and wireless network is required. Indications of consumption and costs are estimates and can deviate from actual usage and costs. 

⁵ For more information on SmartThings-compatible devices, visit this page: https://www.samsung.com/uk/smartthings/#worksWithSmartThings. Additionally, with the help of the SmartThings hub, a wide range of other smart home devices can be integrated into the SmartThings ecosystem.


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