Evaluating the energy and cost benefits of heat pumps in multi-occupancy dwellings

Katarina Kovacova,

Martin Kovac,

Danica Košičanová

Abstrakt

This paper provides a tabular analysis of an “outdoor air-water” heat pump in heating and domestic hot water system inside a multi-occupancy dwelling house. The study set out to compare a conventional system using the city’s district heat supply with one using an “outdoor air-water” heat pump. One part of the analysis is the energy performance of the renewable energy source. The study is also addressed the benefits of saving on conventional heat source and the period of financial return on the heat pump investment.

Słowa kluczowe: energy consumption, heat pump, savings, period of financial return, multi- -occupancy domestic property/building/dwelling house
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