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June 25, 2014: IKEA Completes Groundwork on Largest Single Geothermal Project in Kansas/Missouri

IKEA Merriam Will Be the Company’s Second United States Store with Geothermal
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IKEA announced that all underground geothermal work is complete for its future Kansas City-area store, which will be the largest single building with geothermal heating and cooling in either Kansas or Missouri.


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NIBE to Acquire WaterFurnace

One of the Leading Heat Pump Manufacturers in Europe to Purchase North American Manufacturer
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WaterFurnace Renewable Energy Inc. and NIBE Industrier AB of Sweden announced that they have entered into an agreement whereby NIBE will acquire 100 percent of the outstanding shares of WaterFurnace by way of a plan of arrangement under the Canada Business Corporations Act.


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June 16, 2014: Rockline Installs Largest Geothermal System for Use in Production Facility

Geothermal Heating and Cooling Technology to Reduce Energy Reliance by 65 Percent
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Rockline Industries announced that it has installed the nation’s largest single geothermal heating and cooling system for use in a production facility. The use of geothermal technology at the 1.2 million-square-foot plant, in Booneville, Arkansas, is expected to reduce Booneville’s reliance on overall energy and natural gas by 65 percent.


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WaterFurnace Hosts 2014 Annual Meeting

Annual WaterFurnace Gathering Draws Geothermal Contractors, Leaders to Fort Wayne
By Jen Anesi
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Nearly 300 WaterFurnace dealers and employees from across the country mixed business with pleasure at the company’s annual meeting in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The three-day event included a minor league baseball game and featured a mix of informative presentations, factory tours, and educational breakout sessions.


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Feb. 11, 2014: Bosch, Orca Energy Team to Reduce Cost of Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Orca Will Install Ground Heat Exchanger at No Expense, Serve Homeowner as a Separate Utility Provider
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Bosch Thermotechnology has signed an agreement with Orca Energy, a leading geothermal utility provider, to jointly market a geothermal ground heat exchanger and equipment solution to developers, home builders, and new home buyers in the United States.


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Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014: WaterFurnace Exhibits Variable-Capacity Geothermal Heating and Cooling System

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WaterFurnace International’s 7 Series 700A11 variable-capacity residential geothermal system offers exceptional energy efficiency, with an EER of 41 and a coefficient of performance (COP) of 5.3. 


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Geothermal Industry Focuses on Marketing

IGSHPA Working Hard on Behalf of Geothermal’s National Acceptance
By Kyle Gargaro
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The journey from a niche market to a highly respected market takes a lot of work. Geothermal contractors were doing just that as they discussed how to better market their industry when they gathered in Las Vegas for the 2013 International Ground Source Heat Pump Associations’ (IGSHPAs) technical conference and expo.


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Just Say Yes to Geothermal

Renewable Energy Production is Key
By Douglas A. Dougherty
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As kids, we were told, “Don’t play with matches.” But, as adults, we ignore this warning and play with fire to heat our homes and office buildings, and our laws and policies encourage it. It doesn’t have to be that way. It’s my opinion that we need to create paths to safer, cleaner, and more efficient energy sources.


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Honeywell Helps Town of Tolland Upgrade Facilities and Cut Costs

Performance Contract Expected to Trim Energy Use and Utility Bills
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Honeywell announced a retrofit and revitalization project that is expected to save Connecticut’s town of Tolland nearly $600,000 a year in utility and operating expenses, funds that will be used to make energy-efficient upgrades across multiple municipal buildings and four public schools.


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Nov. 12, 2013: AIA-Certified Courses on Geothermal Systems Offered by ClimateMaster

Courses Cover Fundamentals of Geothermal Heating and Cooling, and Hybrid Geothermal System Design
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ClimateMaster has announced new geothermal system educational courses developed in conjunction with the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The courses, eligible for AIA continuing education credits, are focused on the fundamentals of geothermal heating and cooling, and hybrid geothermal system design.


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