Jay Egg Geothermal Update

Egg Geothermal in partnership with the USDOE co-sponsored the report Analysis of Energy, Environmental and Life Cycle Cost Reduction Potential of Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) in Hot and Humid Climate by Jay Egg Final Report

By Jay Egg, Owner, Egg Geothermal

As you know We’ve done a lot of work on cooling dominant loads for geothermal applications.

I will be speaking at the Department of Energy headquarters for three hours on geothermal HVAC on September 6. This comes on the heels of a report I co-sponsored with Oak Ridge National Laboratories… a big investment for little guy (see picture http://dev.mee.unt.edu/Tao/Geo/Recent_Progress.htm) but with the Department of Energy.

There are still items in the report that are not matured; meaning there has not been enough data to give an accurate answer officially..

Stay tuned and for more on getting geothermal, please call Jay Egg or go to:
http://www.egggeothermal.net

Sources: Analysis of Energy, Environmental and Life Cycle Cost Reduction Potential of Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) in Hot and Humid Climate by Jay Egg Final Report

DOE Award Number: DE-EE0002802 Sponsor Name: U.S. Department of Energy
PI: Yong Tao, University of North Texas (formerly with Florida International University), Yong.Tao@unt.edu, 940-369-8801

Co-PI: Yimin Zhu, Florida International University, yimin.zhu@fiu.edu

Partners: ClimateMaster Geothermal Heat Pump Systems, Florida Power & Light Company, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Gulf Power Company, and Egg Geothermal Air Conditioning and Pool Heating

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