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Published Feb 15, 2024
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Heat Pumps Outsell Furnaces in 2023

H/T Canary Media on this news:

The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute released last week, Americans bought 21 percent more heat pumps in 2023 than the next-most popular heating appliance, fossil gas furnaces.

The raw data is here , and Canary has a nice chart (the hero image of this post, with the interactive version embedded below). More at Canary ...

Nate Westheimer
Nate Westheimer Editor, Heat Pump Review
Nate Westheimer is the Editor of Heat Pump Review. He as worked in the tech industry for nearly 20 years, including as a Director of Technical Product Management at Amazon, the CEO of Picturelife, and as the Executive Director of the NY Tech Alliance.
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