Are HWHPs becoming cheaper?

Are HWHPs becoming cheaper?

As technology continues to improve, gas rates increase, and renewable grid penetration bolsters the carbon benefit of electrification, HWHPs appear poised to take a massive leap in market growth. 

With the heat pump incentives increasingly made available by electric utilities and governing bodies promoting electrification measures to achieve their carbon goals they are set to become cheaper.

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