Exclusive Partnership with Small Planet Supply makes thermal battery heating available to homeowners in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia
BERKELEY CA, June 12, 2023 – Harvest Thermal’s award-winning, ultra-low carbon heating and hot water system is now available to customers in the Pacific Northwest through an exclusive distribution partnership with Small Planet Supply. The smart, innovative thermal battery solution cuts the most significant source of carbon pollution from homes while significantly lowering operating costs for consumers.
“We’re excited to partner with Small Planet Supply to help homes throughout the Pacific West slash emissions and bills with our all-electric, home heating, cooling, and hot water systems,” said Dr. Jane Melia, CEO and Co-founder of Harvest Thermal. “Replacing your home’s gas furnace and hot water heater is the single most impactful way to reduce your home’s carbon footprint.
“Nothing else rivals our system for lowering carbon emissions while saving money and increasing comfort.”
“We are devoted to finding and providing building materials and mechanical systems that save customers money on their utility bill and are kind to the planet,” said Albert Rooks, CEO of Small Planet Supply. “Harvest Thermal is a product that is aligned with our values and the environmental choices that we need to make for the future. It meets our customers’ need for a fossil-fuel free, all-in-one space and water heating system that keeps homes comfortable and utility costs low.”
The smart Harvest Thermal system slashes carbon emissions by more than 80 percent compared to gas in the Pacific Northwest and lowers monthly heating bills by 40 percent or more. The thermal battery solution shifts the runtime of a heat pump to off-peak hours while providing heat and hot water whenever needed. The Harvest Pod, the brains of the system, analyzes electric grid cost and emissions data, 24-hour weather forecasts, building energy performance, and household behavior to deliver the right amount of heat and hot water predictably and reliably.
To find out how you can get a Harvest Thermal system in the Pacific Northwest, email Eva Rooks, Marketing Director, Small Planet Supply