The technology will make it easier to mount heat pumps from the ground source (also known as geothermal systems) faster than conventional devices.
The software decreases the time required to install geothermal systems from up to one week to one day and the total cost of installing geothermal systems for New York residents by about 20%.
The technology was developed and screened as part of the Next Generation HVAC Innovation Challenges of NYSERDA, which supports the development, marketing and demonstration of new HVAC systems technologies.
Raising the use of renewable heating and cooling systems advances the environmental and clean energy policy of the government in 2025 Green New Deal. New York has set a goal as part of the program to reduce energy consumption by an amount approximately equal to the annual energy demand of 1.8 million homes.
Alicia Barton, NYSERDA CE said, "This new technology is a game-changer for the renewable heating and cooling sector and will greatly help to increase the number of houses using geothermal systems. They admire forward-thinking businesses like Dandelion for taking their price-effective and creative solutions to the markets, widening product choices and enabling us to reduce harmful emissions and steward the atmosphere for future generations.
Geothermal systems work as a means of heating and cooling by harnessing the Earth's year-round, constant surface temperature. Through an underground pipe structure, heat is collected from the soil during the winter and transmitted through a heater and ventilation pump throughout the house. The cycle is altered in the summer and the colder temperatures of the soil are added.
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