Overview - Renewable energy created by stock of heat pumps, in TWh

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Renewable energy

Renewable energy from heat pump stock - in TWh

Calculations are based on guidelines from the European Commision. Read about it in full detail here.

RES potential: If Sweden was everywhere...

If heat pumps would be as popular as in Sweden and Norway, how much green energy would they provide across Europe? In the chart, the bars show the potential. The red dots indicate the amount of renewable energy produced by the current stock of heat pumps.

Emission savings

GHG CO2 reduction from heat pump stock - in Mt

Calculations are based on guidelines from the European Commision. Read about it in full detail here.

CO2 savings potential: If Norway was everywhere...

If heat pumps would be as popular as in Norway, how much CO2 could they save across Europe? In the chart, the bars show the potential. The red dots indicate the amount of CO2 saved by the current stock of heat pumps.

Energy savings

Final energy savings from heat pump stock - in TWh

Calculations are based on guidelines from the European Commision. Read about it in full detail here.

Primary energy savings from heat pump stock - in TWh
Final energy savings potential: If Norway was everywhere...

If heat pumps would be as popular as in Norway, how much final energy could they save across Europe? In the chart, the bars show the potential. The red dots indicate the amount of final energy saved by the current stock of heat pumps.

Useful energy provided by heat pumps

Useful energy provided by heat pumps - in TWh

Calculations are based on guidelines from the European Commision. Read about it in full detail here.

Useful energy: If Norway was everywhere...

If heat pumps would be as popular as in Norway, how much usable energy could be provided by them across Europe? In the chart, the bars show the potential. The red dots indicate currently realised values.