Jay Egg

Many government jurisdictions have impressive goals set to reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly.  What if the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from commercial buildings had a correlation to the reduction of Legionella outbreaks? In New York, the new goal is to be 100% Carbon Neutral by 2040.  ConEd has issued a gas moratorium as of Read More

I often think of a hydronic systems as a living and breathing thing, like a human body.  The hydronic system carries BTUs to the extremities of the building, like a body’s circulatory system, and the circulator pumps are the heart. We have been told that the heart is the strongest muscle in the body, using Read More

As I was finishing up an 18-month consulting project, I took the opportunity to visit the basement boiler room. The room sits cold now with two huge boilers that have been replaced by a modern state-of-the-art distributed geothermal heat pump system. In my mind, I could see the boiler fired and operating, providing heat for Read More

I recently hosted an official from the Philippines on a tour of some geothermal projects in Florida. The Philippines have new leadership, and President Duterte is tough on a lot of things, and going green is on his agenda.  As it turns out, they’re building a new green city near the Clark international Airport, outside Read More

Joe Parsons is a dedicated geothermal professional. His years of industry efforts testify of his passion for geothermal heat pump (GHP) implementation. He was voted Chairman of the Geothermal Exchange Organization (GEO) on April 20th, 2016. Here’s a little information on Joe’s company, EarthLinked: At a recent visit to the EarthLinked Facility in Lakeland, Fla Read More