heat pumps

According to a recent study by Global Market Insights, the air source heat pump market value is projected to cross $77 billion by 2028. Increasing demand from growing real estate sector along with soaring requirement of space heating applications across colder regions will encourage the product deployment. Air to water source heat pumps segment is Read more

This is the first in a multi-part series on the history of geothermal heating and cooling in the United States and beyond. It focuses on the efforts of two men: Dan Ellis and David Hatherton, the latter having trademarked the WaterFurnace name back in 1981 in Ontario, Canada. David Hatherton is the son of a Read more

Bosch Thermotechnology, a leading global source of high-quality heating and cooling systems, today announced the expansion of its Inverter Ducted Split (IDS) Family to include the market’s first 15 SEER rated unitary inverter solution, IDS Light, as well as IDS Plus (18 SEER) and IDS Premium (20 SEER). Made possible by the new BVA15 air handler and Read more

Washington, D.C. —The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $3.25 million for the American-Made Geothermal Manufacturing Prize. A first-of-its-kind for geothermal technology, this prize is designed to spur innovation and address manufacturing challenges fundamental to operating in harsh geothermal environments. This prize further supports the ability of the geothermal industry to reach the target Read more

When designing a building, architects and contractors alike face the challenge of merging aesthetics with function. Mechanical systems—HVAC in particular —are essential to the comfort and safety of occupants, but can take up valuable space, disturb occupants with operational noise and drive up utility bills by wasting energy. In collaboration with engineers, architects must determine Read more