Part of an air source heat pump is a fan to circulate air over the refrigerant circuit.

Is it less efficient (and by how much) to point this fan into the prevailing wind? Or does it not matter (i.e. do pumps detect when adequate air is circulating from wind alone, and cease providing power to the fan? can they run effectively if airflow is reversed?)

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