Geothermal heat pump systems make use of energy stored in the earth or in bodies of water to heat and cool a building or a set of buildings. These systems
Geothermal heat pump systems make use of energy stored in the earth or in bodies of water to heat and cool a building or a set of buildings. These systems can serve single buildings but can also be configured as district-style systems, also known as Community Thermal Energy Networks. By designing the ground loop to reach multiple buildings, entire communities or campuses can enjoy the many benefits of geothermal heat pump systems while realizing significant cost savings as compared to individual systems. Buildings are adopting state-of-the-art technologies to provide efficient and reliable heating and cooling. Community Thermal Energy Networks could provide a range of including lower operating costs, reduced maintenance needs, increased occupant comfort, and lower carbon emissions. NYSERDA invites you to learn more about district thermal systems at their virtual learning tutorial. The session will cover details on district thermal technologies, how to apply for funding from NYSERDA to study and implement these systems, and additional resources and case studies.
(Thursday) 6:33 pm - 6:33 pm
New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA)firstname.lastname@example.org 17 Columbia Circle Albany, NY 12203-6399