heat pumps

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Post date: 15 Črv 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 15 Črv 2010
Type: Publication

Post date: 15 Črv 2010
Type: Publication

 
Post date: 14 Črv 2010
Type: Publication

A deep geothermal well supplies the town of Lendava, Slovenia with water for heating various types of buildings. The water temperature of 70°C falls to 50°C once used - this is not warm enough to be re-used for space heating yet is too warm to be put back into the well. It was evident that better use of this water made ecological sense. Professor Darko Goricanec from the University of Maribor proposed a solution which was to come up with a high-temperature heat pump that can reheat geothermal source water from 40°C to 80°C - hot enough to be reused for space heating.
Post date: 18 Čer 2010
Type: Novinky

"Today's action makes clear that the Department of Energy will take the necessary steps to ensure consumers have access to products that meet the federal standards for energy efficiency," said Department of Energy General Counsel Scott Blake Harris. "As a part of this Administration's commitment to energy efficiency, we will continue to rigorously enforce the Department's energy efficiency requirements that save money for consumers and reduce unnecessary energy use."
Post date: 11 Čer 2010
Type: Novinky

Full title: Arrêté du 16 avril 2010 définissant les critères de certification des compétences des personnes physiques réalisant l'inspection périodique des systèmes de climatisation et des pompes à chaleur réversibles dont la puissance frigorifique est supérieure à 12 kilowatts et les critères d'accréditation des organismes de certification
Post date: 21 Kvě 2010
Type: Publication