The Daily Item By David Liscio September 13, 2006
Town Hall looks at Geothermal Heating System
Swampscott Town Hall may soon have something in common with Boston's Trinity Church.
If a newly sanctioned feasibility study offers positive results, the Town Hall's heating and cooling would be controlled with geothermal energy.
Statistics compiled by the Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium indicate that a geoexchange systems uses markedly less energy than the conventional heating and cooling systems, and can cut heating and cooling costs by 25 to 40%.
|Swampscott Renewable Energy Committee
||Nov 3, 2006 at 2:58 PM
| Swampscott, MA
||Swamspcott Town Hall 781-596-8850