As a property manager, it’s your job to make sure costs are kept at a minimum. Have you thought about installing a geothermal or solar energy system? Are you confused about the difference between the two? Don’t be! Solar energy and geothermal energy systems are completely different and actually work well when implemented together. The
Many property owners have recently taken interest in the trend of geothermal heating systems. It’s a technology that works similarly to traditional home heat pumps but depends on temperature differences deep underground rather than in the outside air. By drawing stored solar energy from the earth, geothermal systems are able to provide indoor comfort with
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Hybrid Geothermal System Keeps Cornell's Cell Phone Tower Cool A cellular phone site on Cornell University’s campus uses a geothermal heat pump cooling system for climate control. In collaboration with Verizon Wireless, Cornell engineers led by graduate student Koenraad Beckers are testing a geothermal heat pump system to control the climate of cellular tower shelters.
Sometimes you just need to see the numbers. This report is from a client who had a geothermal system installed into their house about 9 years ago. Imagine the money you could save on a yearly basis. This client is using 63% less electricity than their neighbors. That is money in your pocket every month.
Why is a Geothermal System a good idea? Check out this article for some great reasons! http://www.heraldextra.com/sanpete-county/news/geothermal-systems-an-alternative-to-propane/article_087aa3c8-e9c3-574e-9ef8-964e598230ad.html
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Oklahoma State University Professor Jim Bose is using a device from the 1800s to conserve energy and save residents a lot of money. Bose explains how geothermal heat pumps may cost a little extra to install, but the long-term effects are well worth the conservation and economy stimulation.