Geothermal heat pump systems move energy from a heat source to a heat sink and very little heat is actually produced from either fossil fuels or electricity. The GSHP uses electricity to run circulator pumps, fans and compressors to move the heat. This results in a minor increase in electricity costs with a major reduction in fossil fuel costs. The same equipment can be used to heat in winter and cool in summer by reversing the flow of heat transfer.
Today’s wind systems are dependable, economical, and environmentally friendly.
Harnessing the power of the wind to generate electricity allows us to gain some sense of responsibility for meeting our own needs and for reducing our impact on the environment.
Today’s micro-hydro Run-of-River system designs are dependable, economical, efficient, and environmentally friendly.
Harnessing the power of water to generate electricity allows us to gain some sense of responsibility for meeting our own needs and for reducing our impact on the environment.
Solar hot water systems use basic thermal principles to capture incoming solar radiation and heat water for domestic and other uses. Over the years, a variety of system designs have been developed and tested to meet specific consumer needs and conditions. Due to the cold climate in the North East, we primarily use closed loop systems with a 50/50 glycol mix.
The main difference between domestic and commercial systems is the sizing of components and the number of thermal collectors required.
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