I was recently speaking on the phone with a major heat pump manufacturer about heating and cooling trends. By and large, the best improvements seem to be going toward hydronic distribution system improvements, making water-to-water heat pumps of greater focus.
by Jay Egg, Egg Geothermal, Published by PHCPPROS on February 28, 2018.
Veterans of the geothermal HVAC industry have long been asked what it’s going to take to provide enough traction for geothermal to stand on its own. As a 25-year-old mechanical design professional in Florida, I had several opportunities to share my opinions about this in the early ‘90s.
by Jay Egg, Egg Geothermal, Published by theNEWS on January 22, 2018.
A geothermal system forms the backbone of a well-designed and versatile HVAC system in the Bloomberg Center building on Roosevelt Island in NYC.
by Jay Egg, Egg Geothermal, Published by Commercial Architecture on January 8, 2018, in Featured, HVAC & Plumbing
from Renewable Energy World on December 1, 2016
In the summer of 2015, the largest outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in NYC history was traced to a cooling tower at a hotel in The Bronx. 128 people were infected and 12 of them died.
from National Driller on December 1, 2016
There are almost as many geothermal-exchange methods as there are geothermal-exchange misconceptions.
from Renewable Energy World on November 14, 2016 in Geothermal
Many of us old-timers can remember when the public school curriculum began metric system instruction.
from Renewable Energy World on June 24, 2016 in Geothermal
Ontario, Canada is going geothermal. The U.S. is following closely behind, and here’s why…
from Renewable Energy World on September 7, 2016 in Featured, Renewable Energy News & Information
On the surface, it may seem that Net Zero Energy is the most responsible approach to building construction, but we may be missing the point…
This week, guest Jay Egg joins us to talk about geothermal technology and the tremendous progress that is being made with it.
Harvey W. Hottel is going to have a prosperous year, predicted Dick. That’s largely due to the Maryland company’s growing geothermal business, which is aided by a 30 percent federal tax credit and the growing desire by people to reduce their carbon footprint.