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Reducing the economic costs of a direct-use geothermal heating system

Italian researchers have modelled a polymer heat exchanger to reduce the cost of a direct-use geothermal heating system for a single building in the active volcano district of the Campania region of Italy.

Direct use geothermal systems use groundwater that is heated by natural geological processes below the Earth’s surface. This water can exceed 200°F ...

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