CRISD awarded heating, AC grant money

Ground sourced heat heating air conditioning units pump system to save 40% of AC costs for Floreasca Park office complex in Bucharest

Robert Neale

It took that cost off of us and as far as I know, they are working towards getting the units replaced. A 47-year-old man was sentenced in 173rd District Court on Friday for killing a woman whose remains were discovered in a burn pile near Brownsboro three years ago. August 2, 2013 1 Photo The tax man goeth, but briefly Shoppers will be able to save eight percent on qualified items during the 2013 Tax Holiday on Aug. 9 through Aug. 11. The Tax Holiday starts at 12:01 a.m. on Aug. 9 and concludes at 11:59 p.m.
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You can send her press releases or feed-back on her articles by e-mailing irina.popescu@romania-insider.com Leave a reply Real estate developer Portland Trust has recently unveiled a 120-meter-deep shaft, one of the main components of an innovative heating and cooling system to be implemented in the Floreasca Park office complex located in North Bucharest. The new technology is based on a ground sourced heat pump system and uses the grounds temperature and thermal mass to heat and cool Floreascas offices, which promises to be the greenest building in the capital city. This system will save up to 40 percent of the air-conditioning costs. The geothermal heat pump consists of a series of underground pipes set in over 60 vertical boreholes with depths of 120 meters, which are then collected in one main pipe and connected via the heat pump to the air-handling units on the roof. The non-freezing fluid in the underground pipes will be circulated by means of a pump through the earth with constant natural temperature of 10-14 degrees and will be extracting or releasing the required heat.
Full text here: Ground sourced heat pump system to save 40% of AC costs for Floreasca Park office complex in Bucharest

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