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Natural Gas Heat Pumps

We’re committed to bringing our customers new technologies that use energy more efficiently, lower GHG emissions and reduce costs. One of them is natural gas heat pumps. These units transfer heat from the air outside to inside a building for space heating or hot water.

What is a Natural Gas Heat Pump?

Natural gas heat pumps are similar to electric heat pumps, except they are powered by natural gas. Heat pumps move heat from one location to another. They are very efficient because they produce more energy than they use to operate.

Natural gas heat pumps are an attractive alternative to traditional electric heat pumps. They are highly efficient, offer significant energy savings, and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

Benefits & Uses

Natural gas heat pumps are very energy efficient, which can save you money on your energy bills. They are also environmentally friendly, producing fewer emissions than traditional gas heating systems. Natural gas heat pumps can be used in a variety of settings, including residential homes, apartments and commercial buildings.

Our Commitment, Plans and Progress

Natural Gas Heat Pump Pilot Project

We are currently testing natural gas heat pumps in Nova Scotia for homes and apartment buildings. Customer satisfaction is important to us and we want to ensure that before we introduce a new product, we’re 100% confident it will be safe, reliable, affordable and energy efficient. Once testing is complete, we will provide more information about natural gas heat pumps for Nova Scotia.

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