Dec 22, 2023
Arctic Heat Pumps successfully completes its application with California Energy Commission (CEC). What is often referred to a Title 20, is a strict set of rules and regulations, combined with federal standards, to set minimum efficiency levels for energy and water consumption in products, such as consumer electronics, household appliances, and plumbing equipment. California standards set the path for most to follow. They are considered the premier energy standards and measurements for heat pumps.
Northern Lights successfully certified 4 of their pool heat pumps to meet and exceed the CEC stringent energy efficiency standards with COP ratings as high as 6.2 as well as safety and performance standards. CEO Dan Jung comments that “California has always been a great market for our pool heat pumps. The ability to both heat and cool as well as the tremendous COP energy savings has become very attractive for the California pool climate. There are a lot of pool and hot tub owners that live in areas that require the low operating temperature that gas pool heaters can’t deliver such as in the mountains. The Arctic Heat Pump fits all those needs.” California represents over 12% of the entire population of the United States and is considered the most aggressive state in the USA for clean and renewable energy. California leads the way in mandating ‘Electrification’. “Having the CEC approve our product just opens more doors to an already strong heat pump market”, comments Dan Jung.