Midea Total Heating Solutions
There are some significant changes coming to the standards that regulate the design and performance of HVAC products, including new minimum efficiencies requiring 14 SEER products in Northern states and 15 SEER products in Southern states.
Midea’s innovative heat pump products are well positioned to exceed the new efficiency requirements, all while supporting the transition away from gas or electric strip heating options that have a higher carbon footprint.
Why Upgrade to Inverter Heat Pumps?
4 Times+
the Energy Efficiency through Air Source Heating
Electric air source heat pumps move heat rather than converting it from fuel, as combustion heating systems do, so an air source heat pump (ASHP) can deliver 300-450% more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it consumes.
Source: Rewiring America. Electrify Everything in Your Home Handbook
Lower Purchasing Cost
30% of project cost
Up to $2,000 per year
Tax credits
More federal tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) are encouraging homeowners, including renters for certain expenditures, to purchase heat pumps that meet the specific efficiency tiers established by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CCE).
A $2,000 tax credit
cap per household
an $8,000 rebate cap for
heat pump installation costs.
Home Energy Rebate Program
IRA also includes $8.8 billion to be made available through states and Tribes for consumer home energy rebate programs.
For air source heat pump system installation
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) initiatives include The Greener Home Grant Program to help Canadians make where they live more energy efficient.
Lower Running Cost
Cold climate heat pumps can withstand cold environments like gas furnaces do, helping them reduce the time electric heaters run during cold winters.
With up to 300% efficiency
a heat pump can be more energy efficient than a gas furnace
(up to 97% efficiency)
The cost of running a heat pump for the entire winter averages less than $600 while running an electric heater that same time averages over $1600
Source: Rewiring America
Next Generation Cold Climate Heat Pump
Working with the Department of Energy
A manufacturing partner of "Cold Climate Heat Pump Technology Challenge"
The DOE launched the Cold Climate Heat Pump Technology Challenge in 2021 to spur the development of energy-efficient heat pump technology that performs effectively in all climates across the United States, even Northern regions during harsh winters.

Midea has completed lab testing with its forthcoming cold-climate heat pump system and is proud to announce the outstanding results. Our 3-ton model achieved 118% of rated capacity heating output at -15 degrees Fahrenheit – meaning the Midea unit can utilize the heat pump for primary heating, reducing the need for auxiliary heat strips or other heating sources. The Midea system delivered tremendous efficiency at -15 degrees F with a Coefficient of Performance (COP) of 1.92 – surpassing the Energy Star cold climate benchmark of 1.7 COP at 5 degrees F – despite doing it at a temperature 20 degrees below the testing standard.
Exceeding Benchmarks at Lab Testing:
stable compressor
118% of rated capacity heating
output with a COP of 1.92*
surpassing DOE cold climate
specification of 2.4COP*
*COP:Coefficient of Performance (COP) is a basic energy efficiency metric of a HVAC system*Based on testing result of a Midea 3-ton
Get Tax Credits & Rebates with Heat Pump
Up To 18.4
Up To 12.4
Up To 10.2
Qualify for:
Energy Star Cold Climate certified and NEEP certified
CEE’s Advanced Tier
Eligible for the Canada Greener Homes Grant Program
Heat Pumps for All Climate Conditions
Heat Pumps for All Product Lines
EVOX Central System
Mini Splits
Multi-Zone System
Midea’s Total Heating Solutions
Heat Pump for Extreme Cold
Heat Pump for Easy Upgrades
Heat Pump for Multiple Rooms
Heat Pump for Varied Climates
Heat Pump for Additional Space
Heat Pump for Domestic Hot Water