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View Resource Geothermal Heat Pump Energy: How It Works!

While it may be difficult to explain the technology of extracting heat from air, water or ground, the concept is easier to comprehend once one understands the principles of heat extraction and heat...

http://geothermalheatpump.com/how-it-works
View Resource Benefits of Geothermal Heat Pump Systems

The biggest benefit of GHPs is that they use 25%?50% less electricity than conventional heating or cooling systems. This translates into a GHP using one unit of electricity to move three units of h...

http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/geothermal-heat-pumps
View Resource Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Review and Synthesis of the Scientific Evidence (Final Report)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) Office of Research and Development has finalized the report "Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Review and Synthesis of...

http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncea/cfm/recordisplay.cfm?deid=296414
View Resource Solar Water Heating in Iowa

Roy Tonnessen and his neighbor install a closed loop, solar, domestic hot water system. Roy can turn off his natural gas backup for months on end. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP91_pg64_Tonnessen
View Resource Solar Hot Water: A Primer

Ken Olson kicks off a new focus in Home Power by introducing the basics of solar hot water systems, the equipment, and pros and cons for various climates. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP84_pg44_Olson
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