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GHPGirmit Heritage Party (Fiji)
GHPGreatest Happiness Principle (utilitarianism, ethics)
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GHPGreater Helsinki Promotion
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GHPGESAMP Hazard Profile
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Project partners have used advances made in geothermal heat pump technology to develop a novel dual-source heat pump (DSHP) unit for heating, cooling and domestic hot water production.
"The efficiency and benefits of ground source heat pumps (GSHPs, also called geothermal heat pumps) are widely assumed.
Installed in 2003 during a renovation, a geothermal heat pump system draws groundwater from two 1,260-foot-deep wells that were drilled through the sidewalk at the headquarters of the AIA New York Chapter.
Currently, there are many geothermal heat pump manufacturers operating in the European countries: Sweden, Germany, Austria, France and Italy (see Table 4).
"Since geothermal heat pumps are so cost-effective, the customer's heating bills remain relatively low even though they are operating throughout the winter months."
30% of the qualified geothermal heat pump property expenditures made by the taxpayer during the tax year.
Because of the relatively constant temperature in the ground, geothermal heat pump systems typically have a better performance than heat pump systems with external air as a primary heat source.
A : Making the significant investment in installing a geothermal heat pump does make sense.
The ClimateMaster Trilogy 40 Q-Mode water-to-air packaged geothermal heat pump unit, developed by ClimateMaster and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is the first geothermal heat pump to exceed a certified cooling efficiency of 40 EER (energy-efficiency ratio) under the AHRI's part-load ground-loop rating conditions.
Compared to a typical chiller unit, the initial costs of the geothermal heat pump are more expensive, but the maintenance costs and energy savings over a 25-year life cycle make the geothermal system less expensive, while complying with the executive order.
We can use geothermal energy in three ways: Direct Geothermal Energy, Geothermal Heat Pump, Geothermal Power Plant.
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