The California energy code, known as Title 24, has made the state a leader in growing its economy while using less energy. Now Harvest Thermal helps homebuilders, remodelers and architects save energy – and meet Title 24 requirements – more easily and at lower cost. Our smart thermal battery system gets extra credit in the CEC compliance database (CBECC-Res) while offering consumers connected, responsive heating that saves money.
Designed with the planet in mind, Harvest’s ultra-efficient heat pump + hot water battery is the only residential heating and hot water system that leverages cheap, clean electricity to store heat at midday while releasing it to the home whenever it’s needed. Smart controls optimize for homeowner comfort while delivering up to 45% lower energy costs and 90% carbon reductions compared to gas.
With its unique thermal battery solution, Harvest offers project developers a novel, climate-friendly and cost-effective tool to meet code requirements. Harvest also qualifies for the new California Electric Homes Program (CalEHP), bringing value to the project at lower cost. The technology fits into recognizable floorplans, enabling developers to seamlessly integrate Harvest into their designs.
So when planning your next project, follow these instructions to add Harvest to your design as a combined heat and hot water system - and watch energy design rating (EDR) points drop while lowering the cost of compliance.