Hi Ci ih a Iruci ghr H Pup
By Milton Geiger and Tina Russell
PotentIal wyomIng aPPlICatIons
A GHPcan serve both needs and actually improve overall system eciency by storing heat rom the summer in the ground or use in the winter.
GHPsoer an alternative to these high-cost uels. Signicant retrots, pri-marily the installation o ducts, can be required i electric baseboardsystems are replaced.
Withtax credits, accelerated depreciation, and USDA grant unding, aGHP is a very cost-eective investment.
Adding a GHPduring initial construction when excavation is required can signi-cantly lower initial costs.
GHPs can be coupled with on-gridsolar electric (photovoltaic) to power the pump and compressor.Tis makes the system entirely reliant on carbon-ree renewableenergy!
wHeRe to fInd an InstalleR:
UW Cooperative Extension maintains a regularly updated list o Inter-national Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA)-accreditedinstallers on our “Renewable and Ecient Energy – Solutions or Wyoming” website. Please see the back cover or the link.
want moRe InfoRmatIon?
More inormation on how GHPs work, incentives, economiceasibility, and potential applications in Wyoming can beound at UW Cooperative Extension Service’s
“R eici er –sui r wi” hp://.u.u/r-r ContaCt InfoRmatIon:
University o WyomingCooperative Extension ServiceMilton GeigerEnergy Coordinator1000 E. University Avenue, Dept. 3354Laramie, WY 82071(307) email@example.com
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