Pull savings out of thin air!
With advanced heat pump technology combined with traditional electric elements, this new GeoSpring hybrid electric heat pump water heater has been designed with maximum energy efficiency in mind.
The 50-gallon tank portion of this ENERGY STAR® qualified electric water heater includes two electric heating elements, a pressure relief valve, an internal porcelain-lined tank and an anode rod. But what truly sets this product apart is just above the tank.
How does it work?
A compressor and evaporator are integrated into the electric water heater unit and the evaporator draws in ambient heat from surrounding air using two variable speed fans. Condenser coils wrap the tank all the way to the bottom to transfer this heat into the tank and heat the water. This innovative process creates the same amount of hot water as a traditional electric water heater, but can reduce water heating expenses up to 62% to save $320* per year. And that could have a dramatic impact on monthly utility bills for years to come!
*Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50-gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4879 kWh per year vs. the GeoSpring hybrid heat pump water heater using 1856 kWh per year.
10-year limited warranty
- 1-year limited warranty on parts and labor
- 10-year limited warranty on parts
- See complete written warranty for details
Save $320 per year in energy costs. Let the savings begin!
The GeoSpring hybrid electric heat pump water heater can reduce water heating operating costs up to 62% and save the average household $320 per year on their electricity bills compared to a standard electric hot water heater. That means, over a 10-year period, these savings can add up to $3,200 for the average household.
Water heater rebates and tax incentives add up
The GeoSpring hybrid water heater with heat pump technology is ENERGY STAR® qualified with an energy factor of 2.35. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act provides consumers with a 30% tax credit on the purchase and installation price of an ENERGY STAR heat pump water heater. That means a consumer could receive a tax credit of $450 or more depending on income level, retail price and installation cost.