Heat Pumps in Cold Climates


In this episode we are joined by three people who know a lot about heat pumps and cold weather

Chad Gillespie: Chad is a senior manager, part of Mitsubishi Electric’s Performance Construction Team. He currently leads a national team of business development managers tasked with growing the new construction market for high-performance heat pumps. He worked in the construction industry for 26 years and has been with Mitsubishi Electric for 9.

Dana Fischer: Dana is a residential area manager at Mitsubishi Electric supporting and promoting the installation of high-performance, ductless heat pumps in homes across Maine and New Hampshire. Prior to his work at Mitsubishi Electric, he was a program manager for the Efficiency Maine Trust.

Scott Libby: Scott is the owner of Royal River Heat Pumps, with over 35 years of experience and training in the residential HVAC industry. His team sells Mitsubishi Electric exclusively and are one of the largest heat-pump only contractors in the country.

We cover everything from the way technologies have changed, some of the pitfalls to keep away from and why heat pumps work even in really cold ambient conditions nowadays

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