Changeover COP: Calculating the Value of Electrification

With gas prices on the rise, it may be more practical to generate heat with electricity and heat pumps that are capable of both heating and cooling.

At what outdoor temperature does using a heat pump instead of natural gas deliver ongoing savings?

The HVAC industry refers to this calculation as the gas changeover coefficient of performance (COP) — the ambient temperature where the cost of gas and electric heat pump operation equalize.

Building owners and operators continue to task HVAC engineers, contractors, and suppliers with finding creative solutions for complicated challenges. It’s no longer enough to find the least expensive means of providing heating and cooling. The solution must also intuitively feel aligned with the future, considering long-term trends like decarbonization and electrification.

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