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The city's first geothermal project in a portion of the Oklahoma Aquarium is expected to greatly reduce the facility's demand for energy. City Manager Mike Tinker said about $110,000 was budgeted for repairs on the 12-year-old heating and air system,
Search Down the Road Our old oil boiler for the baseboard heat hasn't run now for over a week...Heating with it, but worried, because we had not yet seen an electric bill. Despite the installer's telling us a mini-split heat pump set at 100 degrees F
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Americans will pay more to heat their homes this winter as they feel something they didn't feel much of last year: cold. The Energy Department said Wednesday that heating bills will rise 15 percent for natural gas customers and 19 percent for heating
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The Grey President Roy Reid has expressed dismay that the Government is dumping the subsidy for heat pumps and efficient wood burners because it says a recent cost-benefit analysis report showed no clear economic benefits from efficient heating,
Alamy Homes and offices in Glasgow could be warmed by water pumped from far underground after geologists surveyed a vast network of old mine shafts beneath the Scottish city. The British Geological Survey (BGS) mapped the mine workings to help
I have a ground-source geothermal heating and cooling system. This summer, we've endured a significant drought and heat wave in our area, and I've noticed that our geothermal system has not been cooling our home as effectively it normally does.
Geothermal energy systems utilize the constant temperature of the earth for heating and cooling a building. These systems are the dark horse of alternative energy, but efforts are being made in the city, and state, to change that...A two-well system,
31 May 2012 Energy sourced from tapping into heat deep underground could produce up to a fifth of the UK's electricity and heat millions of homes, a report said today. Deep geothermal energy could be exploited across the UK, with 'hotspots' including