A high efficiency heat pump is a heating and cooling system that uses advanced technology to transfer heat from the outside air or ground to heat a building. Unlike traditional heating and cooling systems that generate heat, a heat pump simply moves it from one place to another, making it highly energy-efficient. High efficiency heat pumps are designed to use less energy than standard models, which reduces energy bills and carbon emissions. They typically have a higher Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) than traditional heat pumps, meaning they can produce more heating or cooling per unit of energy consumed. High efficiency heat pumps are a popular choice for residential and commercial buildings in moderate climates, where they can provide year-round comfort and energy savings.
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