Archive for the ‘Water Heating’ Category

June 27, 2014
Water Heating

Pennsylvania peaks into geothermal energy advantages

It’s up to those in charge in many places to make the dynamic differences in how renewable and nonrenewable energy is distributed throughout a region.

May 5, 2014
Solar Energy, Water Heating

Schools make a difference with geothermal heat

As more school boards evaluate clean energy options, the benefits of geothermal heating have become clear.

April 4, 2014
Water Heating

Japan, moving away from nuclear, explores geothermal power plants

Japan is considering installing geothermal plants around the country, in a move away from nuclear energy after the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi crisis.

March 26, 2014
Residential Energy Efficiency, Water Heating

Experts say geothermal heat poised for growth

From the time that geothermal heating systems first emerged, interest has been rising in these alternative and eco-friendly options.

March 24, 2014
Solar Energy, Space Conditioning, Water Heating

Education systems reaping rewards of geothermal energy

It’s not only homes and business that are looking to go green – schools are increasingly making this a top priority to help protect the environment as well as contain their budgets.

March 21, 2014
Space Conditioning, Water Heating

VA works toward energy efficiency goals with geothermal pumps

Ever since President Obama enacted Executive Order 13514, federal agencies have been forced to make better use of clean energy to reach a multitude of waste, pollution and water reduction goals.

March 11, 2014
Water Heating

EarthLinked geothermal keeps swimmers warm at aqua center

  Australia Geothermal Solutions recently installed six EarthLinked geothermal units at the at the Manjimup Regional AquaCentre in Western Australia.  The facility consists of an 8-lane lap pool, a free form leisure pool with walking lanes, a children’s pool and a multipurpose fitness room. The air source heat pumps originally used for pool and air […]

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