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Ground Source Heat Pump Highlighted in Seminar


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Atlanta - May 9th 2007

Imagine a total energy cost of 41 cents to $1 a day for your house. Thanks to use of geothermal heat pumps, energy costs for two test houses in Lenoir City, Tenn., are that low.

Information on five DOE Building America near-zero energy test houses designed, built (within the TVA service territory) and monitored by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is shared in a seminar held at ASHRAE’s 2007 Annual Meeting.

“The lower heating and cooling loads in high performance houses result in lower group loop requirements for ground source heat pumps,â€

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Well there's no way I can make it to Long Beach, but I'm steadily working towards replacing my current HVAC system with a direct geothermal system. Sometime in the next year or two, barring disaster, I'll get it done. I even have the wife onboard already. [:-thumbu]

Brian G.

I Can't Wait [:-jump2]

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