Pull Money from the Ground with Geothermal Heat Pumps

[PlantServices.com] Heat pump technology has been used in residential and commercial buildings for decades. Typical water-source heat pump systems circulate water through cooling towers or boilers to provide a constant-temperature heat source or heat sink for their operation. Geothermal (or ground-source) heat pumps forego the cooling tower/boiler combination and instead use water circulated to and from the earth to provide heat exchange, which results in a more environment-friendly system. Read the full story at the following link.


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