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A Sustainable Business Case for Commercial Air-to-Water Heat Pumps.
Join Chris DesRoches with Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc. on February 23rd at 12:00 PM EST for “A Sustainable Business Case for Commercial Air-to-Water Heat Pumps.”

This webinar will take attendees through a deep dive of commercial air-to-water heat pump applications, focusing on comparing energy, carbon, and operating costs to conventional gas boiler systems.

Key topics include:

● Leveraging commercial air-to-water heat pumps to reduce building emissions in both hydronic systems retrofits and new construction.
● Commercial air-to-water heat pump applications and how upgrading from an air-cooled chiller to an air-to-water heat pump can reduce emissions and energy use.
● How this technology fits into Canada's low-carbon future with electrified buildings from the perspective of engineers, mechanical designers, and energy modellers.

By attending this webinar, attendees will also gain a greater understanding of the concept of “fuel-switching” and its importance for high-efficiency retrofits of existing building central plant systems. They will also come away with design strategies and application techniques for air-to-water heat pump plant equipment, and gain insights into the energy, cost, and emission reductions that are achievable through a fuel-switching retrofit of traditional central plant systems with air-to-water heat pumps.

Feb 23, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Chris DesRoches
Applied Product Manager @HVAC Division Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc.
Chris is a Professional Engineer and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. As Applied Product Manager, Chris is a subject-matter expert on Hydronic Heat Pump solutions. Chris has a passion for efficient and environmentally responsible HVAC solutions which will be imperative in the preparation for the future of the built environment, as the industry strategizes to meet local and global targets to mitigate the effects of climate change.