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United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) proposes to demonstrate a solid state (refrigerant-free), high efficiency, compact, zero direct global warming heat pump, which has the potential to replace refrigerant-based vapor compression systems. UTRC’s extensive system analysis shows that the heat pump has potential to provide primary seasonal COP > 2.5 at a cost premium of <$67/(kBtu/hr). The proposed effort seeks to deliver a TRL3 demonstration of the device. The DOE BTO funding will drastically improve the technology readiness level of this novel technology enabling commercial evaluation by HVAC manufacturers potentially disrupting the HVAC industry (including buildings and automotive) as a whole.

 

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