R744.com: ATMO America: Heating/Cooling Distribution System for Buildings Projected to Reduce HVAC Emissions by 80% and Operating Costs by 50%

David Goldstein ATMO America conference

The Hydronic Shell, a new modular heating/cooling distribution system for apartment buildings, could help reduce residential HVAC emissions by 80% and operating costs by 50%, according to a recent presentation by David Goldstein, CEO of the system’s creator, Hydronic Shell Technologies.

Details of the technology were shared during the HVAC and heat pumps session at the ATMOsphere (ATMO) America Summit 2022 on natural refrigerants. The conference took place June 7–8 in Alexandria, Virginia, and was organized by ATMOsphere, publisher of R744.com.

The emissions reductions and cost savings come from improving an existing building’s envelope, transitioning its centralized HVAC system from fossil fuels to a heat pump and improving system efficiency, explained Goldstein.

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