Air-to-water heat pump energy consumption: Electricity price, technology and optimization

Air-to-water heat pumps are known for their energy efficiency. With their help, households can significantly reduce their heating bill compared to traditional heating methods. But which factors affect the energy consumption of an air-to-water heat pump? 1....

1. The price of electricity

The operation of air-to-water heat pumps is based on the use of electricity. For this reason, the price of electricity is a key factor when considering the operating costs of the pump. The price of electricity on the exchange can vary, and when it is cheap, the air-to-water heat pump can be optimized to use more electricity, thus producing heat more efficiently and saving money in the long run.

2. Device technology and energy efficiency:

Not all air-to-water heat pumps are the same. Their energy efficiency and performance can vary significantly depending on the technology and design of the device.

The Toshiba Estia R32 is an example of a top-class air-to-water heat pump that offers excellent energy efficiency. Estia's A+++ energy class indicates its ability to produce heat with less electricity consumption. Thanks to the state-of-the-art liquid injection technology and the new double rotary compressor, the Estia R32 is able to offer excellent heating capacity even at low temperatures. This guarantees year-round comfort, even in exceptionally cold times. Estia R32 not only cuts the heating bill compared to oil and electricity, but also heats domestic water, producing additional savings in housing costs.

3. The need for additional heating:

Although air-to-water heat pumps are efficient, it may sometimes be necessary to use additional heating on particularly cold days. The integrated electric resistance of the Toshiba Estia R32 enables additional heating and the production of hot domestic water whenever it is needed.


Many factors affect the energy consumption of air-to-water heat pumps, but with the right device and electricity contract, households can save significantly on their heating costs. When choosing an air-to-water heat pump, you should pay attention to its technology, energy efficiency and additional features to ensure the best possible savings and comfort.


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