Decarbonization is a National Goal in Both the U.S. and Canada

At federal level

Goal: Net-Zero Emissions Buildings by 2045, including a 50% reduction by 2032

Investment: $250 million

“The Federal Government will work across new building construction, major renovations, and existing real property to electrify systems, decrease energy use, reduce water consumption and cut waste.” 

At state level

Building Decarbonization Roadmaps, put forth state by state, province by province.  

Deployment of Electric Heat Pumps a significant step to reach carbon neutrality


California’s Climate Plan by 2030

New York

Clean Heat For All Challenge

3 million

climate-friendly homes

6 million

heat pumps deployed

To spur an innovative Packaged Window Heat Pump, enabling rapid, low-cost electrification of space heating in multifamily buildings

Operating Cost & GHG/Carbon Footprint Reduction

Lowering heating costs while reducing carbon footprint are priorities for property owners and builders.


SEER2 up to


EER2 up to


HSPF2 up to


Lower Running Cost

More energy savings

With an efficiency of up to 300% an iFLOW heat pump and/or hybrid system will be more energy efficient than even the best gas furnaces, bar none.

More energy savings

Heat pumps costs

Less than $600

to operate for the entire winter while electric heater costs over $1600

Reduction in GHG/Carbon Emissions

Cut household heating carbon emissions by more than ½

Adding an iFLOW heat pump and/or hybrid system (with an iFLOW Hydronic Furnace or the iFLOW Smart Hybrid Heating Switching Controller) will cut carbon based heating by more than 50% for less CO2 emissions, less smog, less global warming and a greener planet.

Dual Energy Options

Energy Source Choice

An iFLOW Hybrid Heating system offers homeowners the ability to choose their energy source. If electricity bills are too high, switch off heat pump to gas (furnace or hydronic furnace), and vice versa. Reduce energy bills by selecting the most economical option given time of use: avoid peak rate charges and capitalize on off-peak rates.

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