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.
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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.