Comparison of the Efficiency and CO2 emissions of different heating and cooling systems across Europe

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The final energy consumption and CO2– emissions of four renewable energy heating systems has been compared with one conventional heating in a new study by FROnT.

The study used eight types of reference building, differing in size (single family, multi-family) building standard (new built, refurbished) and location (southern Europe, northern Europe). The renewable energy sources used in the study are air-source heat pump, solar thermal, biomass and geothermal heat pump.

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