Potential of Demand Side Management to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions Associated with the Operation of Heat Pumps

@inproceedings{Cooper2013PotentialOD,
  title={Potential of Demand Side Management to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions Associated with the Operation of Heat Pumps},
  author={Samuel J.G. Cooper and J. Dowsett and Geoffrey P. Hammond and Marcelle C. McManus and John G. Rogers},
  year={2013}
}
This work considers the potential reduction in the carbon dioxide emissions associated with the operation of Air Source Heat Pump which could be achieved by using demand side management. In order to achieve significant reductions in carbon dioxide emissions, it is widely envisioned that electrification of the heating sector will need to be combined with decarbonisation of the electrical supply. By influencing the times at when electric heat pumps operate such that they coincide more with… CONTINUE READING

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