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How Heat Pump Water Heaters Contribute to Global Decarbonization

February 3, 2022
commercial heat pump decarbonization

Simply put, decarbonization is the reduction of carbon emissions. The impact of carbon emissions on Earth has sparked heightened awareness and tighter regulations across the U.S. and the world. Because Heat Pump Water Heaters (HPWH) produce zero emissions and dramatically reduce net carbon emissions up to 75%, they will increasingly play a pivotal role in achieving global decarbonization goals.

Regulations Affecting Commercial Heat Pump Water Heaters

The most cost-effective way to reduce global carbon emissions is to improve building efficiency.

The Sustainable Solution That Delivers Proven Performance for Your Business

October 25, 2021
commercial roof install

When selecting the right water heating system for a commercial setting application, the challenge is finding the solution that excels in a variety of areas. There are usually multiple business goals to consider. They may be to save more energy and money, improve building efficiency ratings or to find a low maintenance solution. See how the Rheem® Commercial Heat Pump Water Heater Split System addresses these goals while keeping in line with regional decarbonization regulations.

Rheem Water Heaters Provide Long-Lasting Performance for a Professional Football Stadium

September 15, 2020

Running a professional football stadium is much like running a mini city. With food service, laundry, locker rooms, bathroom use and more, hot water is critical to the operation of the facility. This case study outlines the upgrade that took just a few weeks to install 104 water heaters and gave them a comprehensive, long-term solution.

The Challenge

A professional stadium found that it had to replace water heaters at an alarming rate (and at a high cost).

Get Your Water Heater Up and Running After a Dormant Period

July 29, 2020

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, many businesses and facilities have been shut down for an extended period of time. Due to the lack of water usage, some water heaters may have been turned off while others just remained dormant. This disruption of water usage may lead to stagnant water in the plumbing system. Left unchecked, this stagnant water can promote the growth of microorganisms and other bacteria including Legionella.

As commercial locations start to re-open,

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