Pumped-Up Power: Drilling Into Geothermal


Disadvantages notwithstanding, in areas where soil and building size make geothermal viable, paybacks can be significant. Buildings with geothermal heating and cooling can use 30 to 60 percent less energy than those with conventional HVAC systems, noted Michael Brusic, technical director at Bright Power, a New York City-based provider of energy and water management services. Brusic said.

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