Heat pump water heater system

Stop paying a fortune on heating hot water by upgrading to a heat pump system for free.  

Free heat pump systems for Victorians                

With Federal and State government energy saving initiatives, now eligible small businesses and households in Victoria can receive heat pump water system for free if they are using electric water system. At Eco Origin, we make energy efficiency improvements more affordable for businesses, contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases.

The system will be installed by A-class electrician and qualified plumbers  with certificates of safety and compliance                

What is the heat pump water heater?            

Heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from one place to another rather than generating their own heat like a traditional electric water heater. This makes them two to three times more efficient, according to the Department of Energy (DOE). Think of a heat pump water heater as a refrigerator working in reverse.  

A refrigerator pulls heat from inside a box and dumps it out into whatever room it's in.

An Heat Pump water heater pulls heat from the surrounding air and dumps it, at a higher temperature, into a tank to heat water.

Heat pump water heaters are sometimes called “hybrid” water heaters because, during periods of high hot water use, they can switch to standard electric resistance heat automatically.            

You can use your unit’s control panel to set the water heater to various settings, including hybrid mode. If you don’t want it to switch over automatically, simply set it to the regular heat pump mode.

Facts about hot water

Water heating is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions from the average Australia home.

Water heating uses the second-largest amount of energy in households, behind space heating and cooling.

Water heating accounts for about 21-25% of energy used in the home but generates about 23% of the greenhouse gas emissions.

Around 50% of Australians use electric water heaters, but this contributes to around 80% of hot water greenhouse gas emissions.

Around 50% of water used in the home in used in the bathroom, around 1/3 in the laundry and then the remainder is used in the kitchen.

Electric storage hot water heaters are the most commonly chosen systems in Australia.

Types of Hot Water Heater Systems

Electric Hot Water

Available in storage and continuous flow systems.

Solar Hot Water

Available in either gas (LPG or natural) boosted or electric boosted.

Gas Hot Water

Either LPG or natural gas, in either storage or instantaneous systems.                

Heat Pump Hot Water

Benefits of heat pump water heater system

Government rebates and incentives

Energy efficient

Lower running costs

Reduce emissions

Long lasting

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