Performance of commercially available solar and heat pump water heaters

@inproceedings{Lloyd2008PerformanceOC,
  title={Performance of commercially available solar and heat pump water heaters},
  author={Christopher R. Lloyd and A. Kerr},
  year={2008}
}
Many countries are using policy incentives to encourage the adoption of energy-efficient hot water heating as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Such policies rely heavily on assumed performance factors for such systems. In-situ performance data for solar and heat pump hot water systems, however, are not copious in the literature. Otago University has been testing some systems available in New Zealand for a number of years. The results obtained are compared to international studies… CONTINUE READING
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