Air-source heat pumps at high altitides
I’m wondering how air source heat pumps measure up to conventional forced air heat from an ecological point of view at altitudes above 5,000 feet? I used to work for a company that built net zero homes in Northern New England, and heat pumps helped us.
How does the ecological impact of air source heat pumps compare to other forms of heat at altitudes above 5,000 feet? Do they still make sense to install at high altitudes (from an ecological perspective)?
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