This tool allows users to explore dual fuel space heating scenarios and use cases to assess potential energy, fuel cost, and emissions savings. The user can adjust the analysis by changing the input variables in the Evaluation Tool. Download the tool now
By Justin Margolies, Slipstream, and Art Thayer, Michigan Electric Cooperative Association
For those living in colder climates of the U.S., dual fuel air-source heat pumps can provide a reliable and cost-effective way to stay warm in the coldest months of the year. There are several benefits of dual fuel space heating instead of all-electric space heating, which include resiliency, allowing member-consumers to adapt to changing temperatures, and improving comfort while still providing an opportunity for beneficial electrification.