Measured Performance of Heat Pump Clothes Dryers
This online-only article is a supplement to the Summer 2017 print edition of Home Energy Magazine.
April 09, 2017
The DOE Building America team—Partnership for Improved Residential Construction—collaborated with Florida Power & Light from 2012 to 2015 to conduct a phased residential energy efficiency retrofit program to determine whether installing advanced residential technologies reduced annual energy consumption. As part of this study, Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) researchers carried out an end-use energy savings and economic evaluation of heat pump clothes dryers (HPCD). The field evaluation involved eight study homes, each of which received the Whirlpool model WED99HED HPCD and a matched Whirlpool Energy Star clothes washer.
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