Thermira is an air to water heat pump system that is basically characterized by the energy savings it provides for users, maintaining the required levels of comfort and temperature. Below is the data obtained for an installation and the owner’s annual consumption in heating over the year 2016.
1. HOUSING INFORMATION
2. INSTALLATION INFORMATION
3. ELECTRICITY TARIFF
4. MEASURING ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION
5. FUNCTIONING AND USE OF THERMIRA HEAT PUMP
ANNUAL CONSUMPTION DATA THERMIRA AIR TO WATER HEAT PUMP
* Annual cost for 2016 based on kWh consumed in heating by Thermira heat pump system. Other concepts on the invoice such as the power contracted and tax have not been included.
CONSUMPTION SUMMARY 2016
Outside temperature data was taken from meteorological station 82210 (LEMD) and uploaded into
Data about the average price per kW/h applied in peak and off-peak hours was taken from the average monthly data published by the Red Eléctrica de España. The prices applied in both periods have time restrictions. The average annual price was € 0.126 / kWh at Peak for 10 hours and € 0.052 / kWh at Off-Peak for 14 hours.
This result is an average estimate taking into account the real reading of kWh consumed by the air to water heat pump.
The particular way that this client uses his central heating should also be taken into account. The days when consumption falls drastically are days when the user was not at home and left the heat pump system working at a temperature of 20ºC.