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Free Hot Water From Small Scale Heat Recovery Systems


The engineers at HotSpot Energy have developed a suite of new renewable energy products that capture the waste heat rejected from small refrigeration systems, and recycles it for use in making hot water. This means that a home or business that makes heavy use of air conditioners, or large coolers or freezers, has the potential to eliminate their hot water heating bill.

Heat recovery is an established science and is used by thousands of organizations in industry, manufacturing and other large scale operations. What’s new about HotSpot’s products is that they are designed for small scale applications and work with compressors as small as 1 ½ tons. See the HotSpot website at

HotSpot recently began producing a 1.5 ton high-SEER air conditioner with a built-in hot water circuit. The Air Conditioner Water Heater can be seen here:

The new HotSpot waste heat recovery units are pre-engineered, self-contained appliances that easily connect to any refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump compressor system. The small heat recovery systems capture the waste heat that would normally be thrown away into the environment, and use it to heat water. The HotSpot heat recovery appliance is capable of producing more than 60 gallons of hot water, per day, per ton of compressor size, without consuming any additional electrical energy beyond what is used to provide air conditioning.

HotSpot has designed the prepackaged systems to fit all types and brands of compressors in the 1.5 to 20 ton size range. Larger heat recovery appliances for customer requirements of up to 200 or more tons can be provided. According to company spokesman Dan Diver, “These systems will pay for themselves within a year or two, depending on the customers location and usage patterns”. The HotSpot website provides detailed heat recovery data, sample system designs and a calculator to determine the return on investment. “A two year payback is a fantastic investment. I’d like to know where else I can invest in something safe, like my own home or business, and still get a 50% annual return on my money. I’m getting about one percent from my bank.” said Diver.

For information about purchasing, or opportunities in distributing or installing HotSpot heat recovery systems, the company suggests contacting them through their website.


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