Midwest ashp collab logoThe Midwest Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) Collaborative was formed in 2022 to accelerate ASHP adoption in the Midwest. The Collaborative focuses on providing industry resources in the Midwest to address needs and overcome barriers to ASHP adoption and seeks to cross pollinate as a region and share best practices to advance ASHP technology in the Midwest.

The federal government has set a goal to transition America to net zero greenhouse gas emissions no later than 2050. From the Collaborative’s industry perspective, this means the future of home heating and cooling is heat pump technology.

The Collaborative’s goal is that by 2030, ASHP technology is the first choice for contractors and homeowners replacing heating systems or air conditioners, optimized to provide heating and cooling.

This initiative is delivered by Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) and Slipstream, in partnership with MEEA and Elevate.

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Policy, Programs, and Regulation

Customer Engagement

Contractor Education and Development

Electric Rates

Equitable Workforce Development

2024 Heat Pump Workshop

The Midwest Air Source Heat Pump Collaborative hosted a pre-conference workshop at the 2024 Midwest Energy Solutions Conference. Our goal was to showcase the achievements of the Midwest ASHP Collaborative in its inaugural year and discuss plans for future initiatives aimed at boosting ASHP adoption throughout the region.

Access the Presentation Here | Access the Presentation Notes Here

Regional Analysis

  • Midwest ASHP Collaborative Needs Assessment Regional Data Analysis


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To learn more about the Midwest ASHP Collaborative or to get involved in current initiatives, please contact info@mwashpcollab.com.

Funding Information

The Midwest ASHP Collaborative is funded by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory through the Department of Energy's Building Technologies Office