Heat Pump Water Heaters in the All Electric Home – Builders share their experience, July 12, 12PM

  • 12 July 2022
  • Start time : 12:00 PM
  • End time : 01:00 PM
  • Event Host : Advanced Water Heating Initiative (AWHI), EEBA and Electrify Now
Heat Pump Water Heaters Webinar
Event Description

Join the Advanced Water Heating Initiative (AWHI), EEBA and Electrify Now for a webinar that will profile three American homebuilders who are installing heat pump water heaters in new homes and loving it. The discussion will highlight the experiences these builders have had with this important technology and cover the following topics:
• Installing HPWHs in new, all-electric homes
• Why builders are installing and love HPWH
• What are the benefits and challenges of installing HPWH in new homes?
• Are builders modifying their home designs to fit and take advantage of HPWH?
• What are homeowner’s saying when they buy homes with HPWHs?
• Any lessons that can be applied to installing HPWHs in existing homes?

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Advanced Water Heating Initiative (AWHI), EEBA and Electrify Now
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Juan Fernandez – Owner, CVF Homes in San Antonio Texas
      Leigha Dickens – Green Building Program Manager, Green Built Alliance in Asheville, NC
      Stefan Orenda of Mandalay Homes – in Prescott, AZ
  • Logistics / Parking
    • Webinar attendees are eligible to receive AIA credits (*pending)
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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