SMTI Announces Next Round Of Investment

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Stone Mountain Technologies, Inc. (SMTI) is pleased to announce that Enbridge Inc. (Enbridge) (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB), a leading North American energy infrastructure company, has invested CAN $4,000,000 in the late stage start up. The funding provides key support for SMTI’s final steps towards the market release of its Thermally Driven Heat Pump (TDHP) technology, […]

Thermally Driven Heat Pumps are a Much Better Option

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Great paper by Thomas Manjarres and Allen Dusault of Franklin Energy highlighting the important difference between site energy efficiency and actual carbon emission reduction.  Specifically, this paper shows that replacing gas space heating equipment with electric heat pumps in cool climate zones will actually increase carbon emissions, in addition to increasing the home owner’s utility […]

SMTI Delivers first Prototype to Canada for Tests

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The Canadian government is keen to closely examine SMTI’s gas furnace heat pump technology for use in residential heating, and other applications.  Based on analysis and stakeholder feedback developed by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), the government is nearing a nation-wide mandate for all heating to be done with heat pumps by 2035.  SMTI’s technology represents […]

SMTI Commissions ‘Heat Pump Furnace’ Field Test Prototypes

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SMTI and its commercialization partners successfully commissioned an 80,000 BTU/hr gas heat pump furnace prototype on two single family residential homes in Wisconsin.  These 3rd generation units will provide all of the heat required by these homes (including hot water in one home) without need for backup, even in that region’s decidedly cold winters.  SMTI’s […]

SMTI develops first wall-hung gas-fueled heat pump boiler/furnace for low load buildings

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SMTI completed its first prototype thermally-driven heat pump (TDHP) with a 20,000 BTU/hr (6 kW)  capacity.  Filling out SMTI’s suite of existing prototypes (ranging from 10-140 kBTU/hr), the 6 kW model is well-sized to provide both space and water heating for low-load and net-zero energy homes, as well as individual units in multi-family buildings. This […]