The basic feature of each heat pump is the ability to take energy (heat) on one side and transfer it to another system, for example to the heating system. Their performance and above operation savings depend directly on where the heat is “pumped” and what “fuel” we need to do it.

Moreover, the gas heat pump, unlike the electric one, also has a constant heat output in the form of heat extracted from the combustion engine. From these basic properties, the application of the gas heat pump then develops.