GAHP A wins 2022 Integrated Home Competition Awards
The Integrated Home Competition identifies and supports newly available products that will help achieve this vision of a comfortable, convenient, connected home.
The Competition promotes connected devices and systems for homes that meet consumer expectations in terms of interoperability, reliability, and simplicity of use with an emphasis on delivering energy and demand savings.
Robur GAHP A is one the IHC winners with this judge's remarks:
The GAHP A Gas Heat Pump is an innovative design and one of the first of its kind. The judges appreciate the highly efficient gas heat pump technology and see this product as an important decarbonization bridge solution.
The judges selected 17 innovative connected home devices that demonstrate the four tenets of the CEE Integrated Home Initiative: energy savings, demand flexibility, consumer amenity, and security.
In 2022, the Competition evaluated and awarded entries in residential connected lighting, heating and cooling, thermostats, water heating, window attachments, electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), and an open category for other connected home devices.
The judging panel included individuals with expertise in usability, interoperability, energy efficiency program administration, product installation, specific technology performance, sales, and design. Entries were demonstrated remotely or installed in-person at the UL Lighting Test Laboratory in Allentown, PA. The judges carefully considered the detailed product submission information and observed the entries’ operation and user interfaces. Winners were selected for their ability to elegantly embody the tenets of the CEE Integrated Home.
Bert Warner receive the IHC award.