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Geothermal heat

A technology that uses the warmth from subsurface water to heat buildings; it also extracts this heat to put back into the ground for cooling.
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The DeMarco Energy Miser is the nation's leading geothermal heating and cooling system, producing savings of 50-70 percent in commercial, institutional, industrial and residential applications.
The DeMarco Energy Miser is a patented geothermal heating and cooling system-producing savings of 50-70% in commercial, institutional and industrial applications.
kicks off June 15 following the Consortium-sponsored Geothermal Heating and Cooling Teleconference, "The State of the Art.
Girvin, senior vice president-Commercial Operations said, "This project will help Virginia Power and other utilities develop, implement, and demonstrate that geothermal heating and cooling result in savings, reduced emissions, and more comfort for our customers.
For more information about geothermal heating and cooling, call Detroit Edison's Heating and Cooling Information Center at 1-800-833-2786.
North America's leading dealer direct manufacturer of geothermal heating, cooling and hot water comfort systems, announces a new direct- to-dealer distribution approach for its Ohio market, effective July 1, 1996.
Between 1940 and 1975, space heating was converted from oil to geothermal heating.
This project represents a successful venture between AEP, TETCO (Thermal Energy Transfer Corporation), and The Truberry Group home builders, to promote the use of geothermal heating and cooling technology as a cost- and energy-efficient option for current and prospective home-owners," said Jeff Ewing, AEP consumer services representative.
The DeMarco Energy Miser is a patented geothermal heating and cooling system, producing savings of 50-70% in commercial, institutional and industrial applications.
However, their efforts have a surprising environmental benefit, geothermal heating and cooling.
DeMarco, a geothermal heating and cooling company and an air filter service company, recorded geothermal revenues of $18,372 and filter service revenues of $231,588, for a total of $249,960, compared with no revenues in the same period last year.
North America's leading dealer direct manufacturer of geothermal heating, cooling and hot water comfort systems, today announced a broad new direct-to- dealer approach for its Illinois, eastern Missouri and eastern Iowa markets, effective January 1, 1997.

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