Ikea to use geothermal energy at Kans...

Ikea to use geothermal energy at Kansas store

There are 1 comment on the Furniture Today story from Sep 17, 2013, titled Ikea to use geothermal energy at Kansas store. In it, Furniture Today reports that:

Ikea said it will incorporate geothermal technology at its upcoming 359,000-square-foot Merriam, Kan., store, its second in the United States to use the renewable energy source to heat and cool operations.

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Chardon, OH

#1 Dec 23, 2013
Hoping to find later a great use of heat-recovery
Were engineered therein some systems all-in-one as patented Hydro-Temp.com has had since 1981 ?; and is now rated highest EER's ahri raw data of 43+ with this closed loop concern
CLOSED LOOP (not open loop, which all are higher, and Hydro-Temp is simply only rated CLOSED LOOP)
--- like water Furnace and hydro-Temp at Energy Star(tm)- those HIGHEST ratings in high speed operation: EER's in the 30's of the CLOSED LOOPS

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