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Radiant Geothermal Heating & Cooling -- Honda Smart Home US
 
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In homes and cars, heating and air conditioning systems consume significant amounts of energy. In the ground beneath Honda Smart Home's backyard, eight 20-foot deep boreholes allow a geothermal heat pump to harness the ground's relatively stable thermal sink to heat and cool the home's floors and ceiling throughout the year. Researchers from UC Davis will evaluate the performance of the system to determine its adaptability to mainstream use. Honda Smart Home's heating and cooling system is five times more efficient than a comparable home. Learn more at HondaSmartHome.com and contribute to the conversation using #HondaSmartHome.
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Geothermal House Design 1
 
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This is my adaptation of a design for a geothermal house using horizontal cooling pipes below the basement, solar heating from the roof, both going to an Alcohol or Ammonia heat transfer unit to make electricity, cooling, and heating. Contact: Mark4Lewis@Comcast.net
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DIY Geothermal Greenhouse Part 3: Earth Battery Excavation
 
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#112 After starting to build our EMT electrical metal conduit (1.25") greenhouse two years ago, we are finally back to completing this project. We're actually glad we didn't finish it then, as we would not have had the time to learn all that we have about greenhouses since that time. We would have regretted doing/not doing some of the things then, in light of what we'll be doing now. In this video we are FINISHING what we are calling, "The Big Dig" - excavating 3,200 cubic feet of dirt from underneath the greenhouse with a Mahindra 3016 tractor in order to install a passive solar earth battery (or climate battery/thermal banking/ground to air heat transfer) geothermal system. The idea is to use two high efficiency inline fans to pull hot air from the top of the greenhouse during the heat of the day down through a system of black corrugated drain pipes (600 linear feet) in the ground (300' buried at two feet and 300' at four feet) in order to heat the clay in the ground and return cooler air to the greenhouse. At night the process reverses, effectively warming the greenhouse for the cost of leaving a 75 watt light bulb on. In the summer, spring, and fall, this will help to keep the greenhouse cool(er) on hot days, and in the spring, fall, and winter it will help keep it warm(er) at night. Background on the project: Our homestead came with metal pipes in the ground from a former 16' x 50' hoop house. It also had water lines run from the farm well (which also needed to be restored) and a 60 amp electric service. In the first video we installed the 1.25" EMT conduit that serves as the frame. In future videos we'll frame the end walls, run electric, and get the plastic cover on in time for winter. Each rib or section of the greenhouse consists of three 10' pipes, no cutting. They are joined by stock EMT connectors. The two outer angles are 117.3. The ridge angle is 125.4. Sides are 6' tall. Just over 10' to the ridge. 16' wide. Ultimately, this will be a double wall plastic film greenhouse. +AMDG Music David Mumford: "Wayfaring Stranger" https://goo.gl/ug2a95 Jason Shaw: "Landra's Dream" https://goo.gl/pi68XB
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easy DIY geothermal cooling system.
 
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I'm trying to figure out some low energy alternative way to have air conditioning. My off grid power system can't keep up with a conventional unit so I figured I would try this.
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Geothermal Solar Greenhouse Overview - Climate Battery Discussion - Sustainable Living
 
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Osentowski, director and founder of Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute (CRMPI), farms at 7,200 feet on a steep, rocky hillside in Colorado, incorporating deep, holistic permaculture design with practical common sense. It is at this site, high on a mountaintop, where Osentowski (along with architect and design partner Michael Thompson) has been designing and building revolutionary greenhouses that utilize passive and active solar technology via what they call the “climate battery”—a subterranean air-circulation system that takes the hot, moist, ambient air from the greenhouse during the day, stores it in the soil, and discharges it at night—that can offer tropical and Mediterranean climates at similarly high altitudes and in cold climates (and everywhere else). Osentowski’s greenhouse designs, which can range from the backyard homesteader to commercial greenhouses, are completely ecological and use a simple design that traps hot and cold air and regulates it for best possible use. The book is part case study of the amazing greenhouses at CRMPI and part how-to primer for anyone interested in a more integrated model for growing food and medicine in a greenhouse. With detailed design drawings, photos, and profiles of successful greenhouse projects on all scales, this inspirational manual will considerably change the conversation about greenhouse design. http://crmpi.org/about/the-forest-garden-greenhouse-by-jerome-osentowski/ Climate Battery Functions http://www.ecosystems-design.com/climate-batteries.html The magic of phase change from liquid to vapor and back again drives the Climate Battery™, or Subterranean Heating and Cooling System (SHCS). The system functions like a simple refrigeration system, moving heat from one place to another. But a typical 1200 square foot greenhouse needs only the equivalent equipment and running costs of a single large household refrigerator! By slowly circulating all of the hot, moist daytime air of the greenhouse down underground where it is always cooler than the greenhouse air, the Climate Battery forces the vapor to condense. By doing so, the solar heat as well as the chemical heat from the plant photosynthesis that was required to evaporate the moisture in the first place is forced into the soil. The "miracle" is that by inducing temperature change over the phase change barrier we have the potential to harness 5 times the energy normally the case if we simply tried to solar heat objects cluttering up your precious greenhouse floor space. And by inducing this "dewpoint" condition in the soil of the greenhouse, the plant roots are always being bathed in warm, moist conditions - the perfect balance for plants and solar greenhouses. The space is heated by the massive amount of radiating solar heat stored in the soil under the greenhouse, and with fans to circulate cooler nighttime greenhouse air through the tubing network, adding warmth and moisture back to the greenhouse. Geothermal Greenhouse Design - How to turn TRASH into FOOD - Alternative Building Methods : https://youtu.be/g0f9nu0p9ZM https://coldweatheraquaponics.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/climate-battery.png Please Visit Our Facebook Resources: Solar Shutdown: https://www.facebook.com/SolarShutdown/ Comet C/2017 K2 - Panstarrs: https://www.facebook.com/OppenheimerRanchProject/ Plasma Geology: https://www.facebook.com/Plasma-Geology-321021831434846/ Oppenheimer Ranch Project: An experiment in high alpine sustainability. https://www.facebook.com/oppenheimerranch/ Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel if you enjoyed the content. Share this video with like-minded individuals.
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DIY Geothermal Greenhouse Part 4: Earth Battery INSTALLATION
 
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#113 After starting to build our DIY EMT electrical metal conduit (1.25") greenhouse two years ago, we are finally completing the project. We readily admit we are not experts at this (we are not engineers, greenhouse experts, or thermodynamic scientists), but a family doing our best to do it all ourselves and install based on all that we have read or watched on YouTube (Don't believe everything you see on the internet) to date and in line with our limited budget. Based on comments, we already know some things should be done differently. Hopefully, it still works well enough, even if not optimally. We plan to share the results regardless. In this video we are INSTALLING the passive solar geothermal earth battery system (or climate battery/thermal banking/ground to air heat transfer) after excavating 3,200 cubic feet of dirt from underneath the greenhouse with a Mahindra 3016 tractor. The idea is to use two high efficiency inline fans to pull hot air from the top of the greenhouse during the heat of the day down through a system of black corrugated drain pipes (600 linear feet) in the ground (300' buried at two feet and 300' at four feet) in order to heat the clay in the ground and return cooler air to the greenhouse. At night the process reverses, effectively warming the greenhouse for the cost of leaving a 150 watt light bulb on. In the summer, spring, and fall, this will help to keep the greenhouse cool(er) on hot days, and in the spring, fall, and winter it will help keep it warm(er) at night - we HOPE. Background on the project: Our farm homestead came with metal pipes in the ground from a former 16' x 50' hoop house. It also had water lines run from the farm well (which also needed to be restored) and a 60 amp electric service. In the first video we installed the 1.25" EMT conduit that serves as the frame. In future videos we'll frame the end walls, run electric, and get the plastic cover on in time for winter. Each rib or section of the greenhouse consists of three 10' pipes, no cutting. They are joined by stock EMT connectors. The two outer angles are 117.3. The ridge angle is 125.4. Sides are 6' tall. Just over 10' to the ridge. 16' wide. Ultimately, this will be a double wall plastic film greenhouse. +AMDG Music Epidemic Sound: "Rhythmic Guitar" Jason Shaw: "Landra's Dream" https://goo.gl/pi68XB
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How do I build for a hot climate?
 
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This week on the Green Building Show we wrap up our series on disaster design, by finding out what it takes to design and build in a hot climate. See more on http://www.lighthome.com.au
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GeoThermal Greenhouse (Parts and Cost) | LDSPrepper
 
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LDSPrepper walks us to his excavation site and explains how he will put the greenhouse together. In case you have any questions about how we do what we do and any products that we swear by we have listed them all below! ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Click Below For More Info ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Want an easy way to support us? Shop at our store: http://astore.amazon.com/edibleoasisid-20?node=2&page=3 If you love what you see here, help us to keep it going by becoming part of our Patreon family: http://www.patreon.com/Dirtpatcheaven Shop my Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Dirtpatcheaven ____________________________ My Homestead Uniform: Apron: http://etsy.me/2aqwa51 Muck Boots: http://amzn.to/2aaAjGd Headscarf: http://etsy.me/2aHjrIW _____________________________ Tools I Can’t Live Without: Leatherman multi-tool with sheath: http://amzn.to/2aaANvP Pocket Knife: http://amzn.to/2abymwu Work Gloves: http://amzn.to/2amTr8d Butchering knives: http://amzn.to/2a1ELY8 _____________________________ DPH Video Equipment Camera & Lens: http://amzn.to/2a9FuMo Tripod: http://amzn.to/2as65CA Memory Card: http://amzn.to/2aow7FC Microphone: http://amzn.to/2a32BTa Battery: http://amzn.to/2a5XpxY _____________________________ Spinning Must-Haves: Polywog Spinning Wheel: http://etsy.me/2arJCag Drop Spindle Kit: http://etsy.me/2ahBPL0 Hey guys! You might be wondering what’s up with all of these fancy affiliate links. If you purchase something from these links, my family might receive a small percentage from that purchase. It’s the company’s way of saying “Aw. Thanks for sending your friends our way, buddy!” The best part is that it doesn’t change the cost to you at all. It’s a win, win, win! Come hang out with us: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirtpatcheaven/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/Dirtpatcheaven Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/dirtpatcheaven Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Podcast: http://www.jillsofalltradespodcast.com NaturalHappy Beauty Channel: http://bit.ly/2ao8COC
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Geothermal: How to DIY for cheap!
 
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This is how I added a 2.5 ton geothermal unit onto my furnace so I can heat and cool my house for cheap.
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Nebraska retiree uses earths's heat to grow oranges in snow
 
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Winter temperatures in Alliance, Nebraska can drop to -20°F (the record low is -40°F/C), but retired mailman Russ Finch grows oranges in his backyard greenhouse without paying for heat. Instead, he draws on the earth's stable temperature (around 52 degrees in his region) to grow warm weather produce- citrus, figs, pomegranates - in the snow. Finch first discovered geothermal heating in 1979 when he and his wife built it into their 4400-square-foot dream home to cut energy costs. Eighteen years later they decided to add a 16'x80' greenhouse in the backyard. The greenhouse resembles a pit greenhouse (walipini) in that the floor is dug down 4 feet below the surface and the roof is slanted to catch the southern sun. To avoid using heaters for the cold Nebraska winter nights, Finch relies on the warm underground air fed into the greenhouse via plastic tubing under the yard and one fan. Finch sells a "Citrus in the Snow" report detailing his work with his "geo-air" greenhouses and says anyone can build a market-producing greenhouse for about $25,000 or "less than the cost of a heat system on a traditional greenhouse". http://greenhouseinthesnow.com/index.html https://faircompanies.com/videos/nebraska-retiree-uses-earthss-energy-to-grow-oranges-in-nebraska-cold/
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LEED Home geothermal
 
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Construction of a silver LEED certified home
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A Self-Heating Greenhouse
 
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A Ground to Air Heat Transfer (GAHT) system stores the excess heat of the greenhouse during the day in the soil underground. It allows the greenhouse to provide its own heating and cooling, essentially becoming a 'self-heating greenhouse.' The GAHT is similar to a Climate Battery and Passive Annual Heat Storage (PAHS). More information at ceresgs.com
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Geothermal House - Group 15
 
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Our presentation explains how geothermal energy works and how it is applied in a realistic setting.
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My House Feature Homes - Gambier Island Home Tour
 
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Take a tour through our Award Winning Custom Home Project on Gambier Island, Vancouver, BC. Features: Post & beam, open floor plan, integrated appliances with cabinetry, geothermal radient hot water heating, outdoor living space with incredible waterfront view. Lindal Cedar Home, part of the "Dwell" Home Collection by architect Joel Turkel. View the photo gallery of this project on our website: http://bit.ly/MHWaterfrontHideaway Stay connected with us! Website: http://www.myhousedesignbuild.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/myhousedesignbuildteam Twitter: https://twitter.com/MyHouselive Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/myhousedesignbuild/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MyHouseDesignBuild/ Houzz: https://www.houzz.com/pro/myhousedesignbuildteam
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Welcome Home:  263120 Range Rd 13
 
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WELCOME HOME: 263120 Range Rd 13 Spectacular, custom built, log home with GeoThermal mechanics, ICF foundation & a floor plan designed for family gatherings & entertaining. A gourmet kitchen with high end appliances, huge dining area, a great room anchored by HE wood burning fireplace and 2 bedrooms are found on the main floor. Magnificent log built staircase leads to the 2nd level & Master Retreat which incorporates a walk in closet, gorgeous 5 piece ensuite, private balcony with views to the west. Entertaining is effortless with 19 acres of outdoor space as well as a games room, media room, & custom bar area on the lower walkout level. The 2400 sf workshop is built on ICF foundation has in-floor heating and includes a double tandem garage. A 32x60 metal clad pole shed will store all of your toys. This is a one of a kind property in a FANTASTIC location 5 minutes to Cross Iron Mills OR Airdrie AND 20 minutes to downtown Calgary. LOOKING FOR A PRIVATE SHOWING? Let's connect! Nikki Stewart Real Estate Agent Royal Lepage Benchmark ________________________ c: (403) 918-0133 e: nikkistewart@royallepage.ca w: www.nikkisoldit.ca
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Future House | Net Zero Neighborhood
 
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Ask This Old House home technology expert Ross Trethewey visits a community that plans to have all net zero energy capable housing. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Cost: $200,000 and Up Resources: Ross visited Whisper Valley (http://www.whispervalleyaustin.com/), a community located just outside of Austin, Texas that is currently under construction. Every home will have an array of solar panels, spray foam insulation, and geothermal heating and cooling. Assistance with this segment was provided by Bosch (https://www.bosch-home.com/) and Taurus Investment Holdings (http://www.tiholdings.com/). Ask This Old House TV Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook.   This Old House releases new segments every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.   Keywords: This Old House, How-to, home improvement, DIY, future house, ross trethewey, ask this old house, net zero, energy Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/net-zero-community-live-edge-ask-toh Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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10 Amazing Underground Homes
 
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From underground houses that look like hobbit homes or even a house that look like it was from the Teletubbies, these are amazing! Subscribe for weekly wacky videos and learn interesting facts about the world with awesome top 10 lists and other amazing videos. 7. Stone Desert House - If you’re travelling through rural Greece, you might walk right past the Stone Desert House and not even know it. Situated between two adjacent hillsides, this simple, rectangular house looks more like an ancient bridge or ruin. It blends seamlessly into the landscape as grass and shrubs continue unabated down the hills and onto the roof. Strategically placed portholes illuminate the interior with natural light. And it takes advantage of the desert heat and cool cross-winds to keep the home at a comfortable temperature. If you’d like to go for a walk, just take the grass covered ramp that allows easy access outside. 6. Flower Petals House - For famous soccer star Gary Neville, not just any home will do. He’s submitted plans for a futuristic luxury home to be built in Bolton, UK. The plans call for an 8,000 square foot subterranean home, with different teardrop-shaped living areas around a central hub. When viewed from above, the living areas resemble the petals of a flower, thus the home’s name. The architects claim it will be a zero carbon development, taking advantage of natural light and ventilation, rain water, heat pumps, and a wind turbine to power the house. Despite its environmentally friendly design, the plans have been rejected because residents think it will have too much impact on the surrounding protected land. 5. Sedum House - Architect Tom Ground knew he wanted to build something special for his home in the village of Gimingham, England. He decided to build an eco-friendly house of the future, in his spare time, over the course of 4 years. He set the house in the side of a hill and oriented it based on the sun. He built a large curved roof that would block the rays of the sun in the summer but let the rays shine through in the winter, when the sun was positioned lower in the sky. The roof is covered in sedum, a living succulent plant, from which the house gets its name. 4. The Underground House - Phil and Helen Reddy knew they wanted to build an environmentally friendly earth-sheltered home and when they found some available land in an old quarry overlooking Eden valley in Cumbria, England, they knew they’d found the ideal spot for their dream house. Local architect John Bodger designed a two story house that burrowed back into the hill, but still made use of natural resources for light, heat, and power. They were so happy with the house that they decided to build a separate structure for Helen’s clinic and veterinary practice, which seemed a natural fit given the beautiful location. 3. The Hidden House - You’d better get an invite if you want to visit the Hidden House in Wroclaw, Poland, otherwise you may never find it. The driveway ends at a grassy field, which hides the huge grass covered trapdoor that allows entry into the house. The home is built partially underground, in the remains of an abandoned tunnel, with one side open to the countryside. Natural light illuminates the living areas and part of the structure is cantilevered to provide a panoramic view of the area. It also includes a grassy roof that is only accessible to the owners, via a set of stairs that rises up from the home below. 2. Malator House - Malator House is a subterranean house located in Wales, built for a former member of the Welsh parliament. The roof of the house is completely covered in grass and the house itself is nearly invisible when viewed from above. The only giveaway is a large glass window that overlooks St. Brides Bay. The interior consists of an open plan concept, similar in style to a medieval hall. It is affectionately known as the “Teletubby House” by the locals, due to its uncanny resemblance to the Teletubbies home in the children’s television show. 1. Cave House - Proving once again that you can find anything you need online, the Sleeper family did just that when they decided to purchase a cave they found on Ebay! Located in Festus, Missouri, the Cave House originally started out as a mine and later was used as a skating rink and concert venue before the Sleepers decided to use it to build their dream home. And it was a labor of love – the Sleepers slept in a tent inside the cave while the house was being built, but after four long years, they finally achieved their one-of-a-kind home. The house uses geothermal and passive solar systems to keep the temperature at a comfortable 70 degrees all year long. And storage isn’t a problem – the house only takes up 2,240 of the 17,000 available square feet in the cave.
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Solar Geothermal Hybrid Home
 
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This award winning house in Wisconsin gets 70-80% of its heat from the sun and earth with passive solar energy and geothermal radiant slab hydronic heating.Our new .com site is called getgreentv.com To see future episodes of hybrid homes see our site at: http://web.mac.com/hybridhomes/iWeb/Hybridhomes/Hybrid%20Homes%20Page.html
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Geothermal cooling and heating through underground earth tubes: air ventilation for passive house
 
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Interested? follow us here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Gv2KByXk0VS_ZSQEw4YJQ/?sub_confirmation=1 This video describes the construction of a geothermal cooling and heating air system (canadian well or provence well) in France. This geothermal eco friendly solution is used to cool the house in summer and can pre heats air during winter.
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Geothermal Power Exposed
 
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Geothermal Power. This video is about defining what geothermal power is. • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MrEnergyCzar.PeakOil • Twitter: https://Twitter.com/MrEnergyCzar • Mainly geothermal heat pumps. Earth underground is roughly a constant 55 degrees Fahrenheit depending on where you live in North America. This temperature is year round. • What geothermal is doing is you're running tubing underground, at different depths, depending on what type of geothermal tubing design you get with fluid in it. The fluid either pulls the heat out of the earth in the winter and brings that heat through a heat exchanger in your home where you can then heat your home. • In the summer, you can reverse the heat pump in your home and pull the cool from the earth into your home and pull the hot air out of the home and dump it into the earth. It's a constant loop where you are moving either hot or cold air from the earth to the home or vice versa. These are very efficient. These are way more efficient than the best air conditioning unit with your 15 SEER rating, heat pumps are much higher than that. • For heating, heat pumps deliver about three times more energy in heat than they consumer in electric power. That's a pretty good net gain. You can have a water source heat pump. If your house is next to a pond you can have the tubing go into the water because under water, a few feet below, is also a constant temperature. • These are a good idea to build or install when you are doing new construction, before the house is built so you can get all the tubing in ahead of time.
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How To Heat A Greenhouse For FREE
 
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This video details the two primary ways I heat my hugelkultur greenhouse using fire and the ambient heat from the ground. Watch the build video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwAUG8pB4Tk&t=1626s I make a rudimentary mass heater to heat the greenhouse with fire. The primitive furnace will be fired with waste wood from the construction of my home and the limbs that fall from the large oak tree in my yard. The idea is a riff off of Primitive Technology's floor-heating-fireplace is his tiled roof hut video on YouTube. Check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P73REgj-3UE The greenhouse will also be heated with ambient warmth from the ground. The 4-inch plastic pipe will snake through a hugelkultur bed outside the greenhouse to pick up heat from the ground which will rise up the inclined pipe into the greenhouse, while allowing cold air to flow out. It is a sort of poor man's geothermal. Once the furnace is fully tested and the greenhouse completely sealed, I plan to do some thermal camera tests on both the furnace and earth air mechanisms. Web: www.GreenShortzDIY.com Twitter: @Green_Shortz Please Subscribe to the GreenShortz Family of Channels: Main GreenShortz Channel: Short Videos About Easy Ways to Be Green https://www.youtube.com/user/GreenTomMills GreenShortz+GreenHouse: Uncovering What Makes a Green House Green https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgS-xV6s1IgyuTWW4IxHvzQ GreenShortzDIY: Simple Green How-To Videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCszelk0CQwyc4LUf5zh3vaw
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Ted Talks To: Geothermal Energy in New Zealand
 
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New Zealand is a beautiful country uniquely positioned on a series of tectonic plates. Whilst the constant movement of the earth’s crust has helped shape the incredible scenery of this small nation, it also provides a fantastic opportunity comes to energy generation. From the Taupo region of New Zealand’s North Island, Ted explores the usage of geothermal steam to produce 18 percent of the country’s energy needs.
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Gorgeous Beautiful Small House Design in Sävsjövägen 27 -  Stockaryd | Lightweight Villa in Brick
 
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Gorgeous Beautiful Small House Design in Sävsjövägen 27 - Stockaryd | Lightweight Villa in Brick Price: $87,679 cadastral Stockaryd 2:97 Address Sävsjövägen 27 - Stockaryd Municipality Sävsjö Type 1 ½ plan with basement lodging Detached house Year built 1959 Living area 124m 2 Area information according to taxation information Biarea 84m 2 Lot Size 990m 2 Room 6 rows of which 3 bedrooms Area Stockaryd Or the highest bidder. 775 000 kr 6 250 kr / m 2 Lightweight villa in brick, change roof and low operating costs thanks to geothermal heating! With Lens-declared Plus you get increased security. The house is inspected before sale and insured against hidden errors. Inspection protocol is available at Länsförsäkringar Real Estate Agency. Here you can read more about Länsdeklareret Plus. Lightweight villa in brick, change roof and low operating costs thanks to geothermal heating! The house has a good floor plan and good storage areas. The roof top deck and an open sun deck next to it. Large nice and lush garden. Buy from Lansfast https://www.lansfast.se/hitta/villa/j... More Videos: https://goo.gl/CHg5Pe ======================== THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! 👍 If you like our video don't forget to press the button "Subscribe ❤️" and "Like 👍" !! 👍 Subscribe and View more here: https://goo.gl/gTy68s
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Geothermal heating system - GeoPro Design S.L.
 
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This video shows a ground source heat pump working, the bine can be seen circulating through the ground loops, here we show a 3 bore vertical loop and a horizontal loop configuration; both connected via a manifold. The heat pump then raises the temperature of the refrigerant and distributes this energy into the property via under floor heating circuits. Please visit our site www.geoprodesign.com for further information.
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What Type of Greenhouse Should You Build?
 
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https://www.patreon.com/BigelowBrook Today we're going to take a look at several types of greenhouses. These are just some of the more popular styles and there are many variations. It's simply some information to help provide some food-for-thought when you are ready to build one. Video is sponsored by: • http://www.TrueAquaponics.com • http://www.GreenLifePlanet.net • http://www.GlassBottleOutlet.com http://www.BigelowBrook.com http://www.Facebook.com/BigelowBrook http://plus.google.com/+BigelowBrook
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Designer builds efficient off-grid Passive House in Colorado
 
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Twenty years ago Andrew Michler bought a $60,000 solar shack in the Colorado mountains that “immediately fell apart” and inspired two decades of experiments in off-grid living. Today, he and his wife live in the reconfigured shack and he has turned a former shed on the property into an ultra low-consuming Passive House (Passivhaus). “Passive House is an international building standard that focuses on how to reduce energy consumption in building by about 90% and they did it by physics really it wasn’t developed by builders it was developed by physicists,” explains Michler. “Everything how a building interacts with its environment, the thermal dynamics of how heat transfers through materials, the way that energy is produced in the building, how solar gains come into the building or are avoided in a building so this entire building is basically designed in a spreadsheet.” The home is shaped in a wedge which helps with passive solar orientation and also helps avoid unnecessary surface area and heat loss. The wedge also contributes to an unconventional open plan interior which includes a hanging net bed. Off Grid Hideaways https://offgridhideaways.com/hideaway/colorado-usa/ Andrew’s book “Hyperlocalization of Architecture” www.hyperlocalarch.com Passive House: https://passivehouse-international.org/ Original story: https://faircompanies.com/videos/blogger-builds-efficient-off-grid-passive-house-in-colorado/
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Earth-cooled, shipping container underground CA home for 30K
 
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As a kid Steve Rees played in caves and learned how the earth could cool. As an adult, he buried two shipping containers and created an off-grid retirement home for himself and his wife Shirley. After a few years of camping on their 10 acre plot in Northern California, they bought two shipping containers, hired an excavator and got to work. Doing most of the work themselves, their finished home cost them $30,000 (solar included). Their 640-square-foot space cost them less than $50 per square foot. Rees explains that while this is less than conventional construction costs, the savings only begin with construction. With a solar-powered well, a bit of propane and solar tubes for most of their light, they haven’t had any city water or electric bills since 2002. Winter temperatures in their home (even during 20 degrees outside) never fall below 62 degrees (an RV catalytic heater is sufficient for heating). Even when the temperature rises to 110 outside in the summer, their home has never risen above 82 degrees. When they asked the county about permitting they were told they “didn’t have a permit for burying containers”. They have been inspected since completing their home and they have a permitted septic system and a permitted well, just no permit for a single family dwelling. Steve Rees book: “Off Grid and Underground" http://www.amazon.com/Off-Grid-Underground-Simpler-Live/dp/1493798510 Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/earth-cooled-shipping-container-underground-ca-home-for-30k/ Steve has agreed to field questions at steve@calmingharp.com
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GEOTHERMAL HEATING DIY EASY AND COST EFFICIENT
 
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The GREEN HEATING CONCEPT OF THE NEW AGE CLICK HERE!: http://x.vu/geothermheatpump
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Tour an Earth-Bermed House in Upstate New York
 
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Bob visits with architect Alan Shope who has built a unique earth-bermed house at his farm in Upstate New York.
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Today's Home Remodeler Featuring S&B Geothermal
 
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Part 1 of 3 video of Today's Remodeler, featuring S&B Geothermal. The video discusses the benefits of using geothermal technology,how it is installed, and the explains the equipment used in heating and cooling homes.
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GIBSS Geothermal Cooling, India
 
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By using earth as a heat sink, GIBSS cooling system increases efficiency of air- conditioning systems up to 60%. GIBSS won UNIDO's GCIP global award for cleantech in 2016.
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Sustainable Energy: Thermal Banking Greenhouse Design
 
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For our YouTube audience: 25% off original designs- ends August 31. https://teespring.com//?pr=YT726 - all store products... Subscribe to our new Food Farmer Earth channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/foodfarmerearth?sub_confirmation=1 Steven Schwen of Earthen Path Organic Farm (Lake City, Minnesota) has built an innovative greenhouse that allows him to extend his growing season while reducing energy costs. SARE's Farmer-Rancher Grants program provided critical assistance for Schwen in the beginning phases of his project. Check out our new series: Food Farmer Earth - a journey of wide discovery about our food http://www.youtube.com/ffe Cooking Up a Story - Bringing the people behind our food to life http://cookingupastory.com Subscribe to receive the latest videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=foodfarmerearth Follow us: Google+ https://plus.google.com/+foodfarmerearth/posts twitter http://twitter.com/cookingupastory Facebook http://www.facebook.com/cookingupastory Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/foodfarmerearth/ Website RSS Feed http://cookingupastory.com/feed
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DX & Conventional Geothermal by GeoLogic Heating Systems of Ottawa Ontario Canada
 
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Direct Expansion (DX) & Conventional Geothermal Installations by GeoLogic Heating Systems of Ottawa, Ontario Canada. A highly specialized company with a patented Canadian product for low cost heating and cooling in homes and businesses.
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HBX geothermal control on 40,000 sq ft home
 
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This home is heated and cooled with (4) 5 ton ground source heat pump's .hot and cold chilled water to (9) 5 ton hydronic air handler's with four zones each. We used a back up boiler with a 5 to 1 turn down ratio this is a full hydronic system . thanks for watching
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Earth tubes as heat exchanger for geothermal ventilation / AC / cooling and heating passive house
 
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Interested? follow us here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Gv2KByXk0VS_ZSQEw4YJQ/?sub_confirmation=1 This video presents the design of ground coupled tubes (air-earth heat exchanger)of an air ventilation system installed in France close to Lyon. A real sustainable solution for off grid air conditioning!
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$20,000 Underground Winter Greenhouse
 
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We were researching building a Walipini, and here we found an expensive walipini modeled after the $300 scrap lumber one. In case you have any questions about how we do what we do and any products that we swear by we have listed them all below! ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Click Below For More Info ↓*↓*↓*↓*↓ Want an easy way to support us? Shop at our store: http://astore.amazon.com/edibleoasisid-20?node=2&page=3 If you love what you see here, help us to keep it going by becoming part of our Patreon family: http://www.patreon.com/Dirtpatcheaven Shop my Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Dirtpatcheaven ____________________________ My Homestead Uniform: Apron: http://etsy.me/2aqwa51 Muck Boots: http://amzn.to/2aaAjGd Headscarf: http://etsy.me/2aHjrIW _____________________________ Tools I Can’t Live Without: Leatherman multi-tool with sheath: http://amzn.to/2aaANvP Pocket Knife: http://amzn.to/2abymwu Work Gloves: http://amzn.to/2amTr8d Butchering knives: http://amzn.to/2a1ELY8 _____________________________ DPH Video Equipment Camera & Lens: http://amzn.to/2a9FuMo Tripod: http://amzn.to/2as65CA Memory Card: http://amzn.to/2aow7FC Microphone: http://amzn.to/2a32BTa Battery: http://amzn.to/2a5XpxY _____________________________ Spinning Must-Haves: Polywog Spinning Wheel: http://etsy.me/2arJCag Drop Spindle Kit: http://etsy.me/2ahBPL0 Hey guys! You might be wondering what’s up with all of these fancy affiliate links. If you purchase something from these links, my family might receive a small percentage from that purchase. It’s the company’s way of saying “Aw. Thanks for sending your friends our way, buddy!” The best part is that it doesn’t change the cost to you at all. It’s a win, win, win! Come hang out with us: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dirtpatcheaven/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/Dirtpatcheaven Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/dirtpatcheaven Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Dirtpatcheaven/ Podcast: http://www.jillsofalltradespodcast.com NaturalHappy Beauty Channel: http://bit.ly/2ao8COC
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DAFLURE solar and Geothermal for the Home Part 1
 
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DAFLURE solar and Geothermal for the home presented by Justin McClure. Part 1
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DIY Simple & Dirt Cheap Alternative & Sustainable Heating & Cooling System
 
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Want to grow food year round without paying a big fuel bill to keep a greenhouse warm enough to grow plants? Want to keep your garage, shop or pole barn warm enough to work in in the dead of winter without messing with wood stoves or running an expensive propane heater? Want to cool your house, garage, greenhouse or other buildings for dirt cheap? This simplified geo-thermal heating/cooling system without all the expensive equipment will do just that. Thanks to https://www.flickr.com/photos/23938547@N05/ for the greenhouse photo. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0
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342 Mt Sunburst Way W Lethbridge Real Estate
 
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FANTASTIC, custom built (Cedar Ridge) home with GEOTHERMAL heating & cooling, open floor plan with amazing views of SunRidge "Wet Lands" park and mountains. Completely developed walk out basement. GO TO Listing Brokerage (and/or listing REALTOR®) WEB SITE to obtain additional information about this property. Creative SELLER FINANCING OPTIONS!
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How A Ground Source Heat Pump Works (HD)
 
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Learn how a heat pump works from the UK's leading manufacturer of a full range of Ground Source Heat Pumps. To watch the full series of Kensa videos and access plenty more information about installing a ground source heat pump, visit http://www.kensaengineering.com/installerzone. This video was produced by Kensa Engineering, Three S Films: http://www.threesfilms.com and the Engine House: http://www.engine-house.co.uk
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How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating
 
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Use a specialized foam panel called Bekotec to lock the PEX tubing in place, cover it with a sand-and-cement mix, and tile away. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Radiant floor heating is probably the best way to heat up any space. It's comfortable, quiet, and energy efficient. Although electric radiant heat is a popular choice for small projects, retiling a bathroom, say, hydronic, or water-based, radiant provides the ultimate in efficiency for bigger projects or an extensive remodel. If you want to DIY hydronic radiant, you can use a specially engineered foam panel from Schluter Systems called Bekotec. You lay the panels directly on the floor, press-fit PEX tubing into them, and add a thin layer of specially mixed concrete, five parts sand to one part portland cement. The panels provide a modest thermal break (R3), so you don't have to install an extra layer of insulation. Using this system adds less than 1 3/4 inches, including concrete, versus about 4 inches for the old-school method of tying tubing to wire mesh. That leaves you more headroom in basement applications. And the thin slab will heat up and cool down more quickly, allowing you to use lower water temperatures and save on your heating bill. Overall, it makes for a more responsive radiant slab. Steps for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: 1. Prep floor with leveling compound, if necessary. 2. Clean floor and install foam edging. 3. Lay first row of click-together panels. 4. Measure and trim the row's last panel to fit. 5. Cover the remaining area with panels. 6. Determine PEX spacing: 6-, 9-, or 12-inch rows. 7. Press-fit PEX between "studs" in panels. 8. Cover area with one continuous loop of PEX. 9. Leave extra tubing at boiler-room end for plumber to make connections. 10. Mix up a batch of "dry pack" concrete with a 5:1 ratio of sand to portland cement. 11. Spread and level over PEX, leaving a minimum of 5/16 inch of material above foam "studs." 12. Allow concrete to cure for a few days, then install your flooring of choice. Shopping List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: - Bekotec-BRS foam edging - Bekotec foam panels - PEX tubing - Bekotec THERM-RH 75 PVC clamps - Sand and portland cement. Get enough for a 5:1 sand-to-cement ratio. Tools List for How to Install DIY Radiant Floor Heating: - 4-foot level - tape measure - breakaway knife - straightedge - pipe cutter - wheelbarrow or mixing tub for mixing concrete - shovel or hoe for mixing concrete Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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DIY Metal Conduit Greenhouse Pt 2: Passive Solar Geothermal Earth Battery
 
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#110 After starting to build our EMT electrical metal conduit (1.25") greenhouse two years ago, we are finally back to completing this project. We readily admit we are not experts at this (we are not engineers, greenhouse experts, or thermodynamic scientists), but a family doing our best to do it all ourselves and install based on all that we have read or watched on YouTube (Don't believe everything you see on the internet) to date and in line with our limited budget. Based on comments on future videos in this series, we already know some things should be done differently. Hopefully, it still works well enough, even if not optimally. We plan to share the results regardless. In this video we are starting what we are calling, "The Big Dig" - excavating 3,200 cubic feet of dirt from underneath the greenhouse with a Mahindra 3016 tractor in order to install a passive solar earth battery (or climate battery, thermal banking, ground to air heat transfer, or geothermal) system. The idea is to use two high efficiency inline fans to pull hot air from the top of the greenhouse during the heat of the day down through a system of black corrugated drain pipes (600 linear feet) in the ground (300' buried at two feet and 300' at four feet) in order to heat the clay in the ground and return cooler air to the greenhouse. At night the process reverses, effectively warming the greenhouse for the cost of leaving a 75 watt light bulb on. In the summer, spring, and fall, this will help to keep the greenhouse cool(er) on hot days, and in the spring, fall, and winter it will help keep it warm(er) at night. Background on the project: Our homestead came with metal pipes in the ground from a former 16' x 50' hoop house. It also had water lines run from the farm well (which also needed to be restored) and a 60 amp electric service. In the first video we installed the 1.25" EMT conduit that serves as the frame. In future videos we'll frame the end walls, run electric, and get the plastic cover on in time for winter. Each rib or section of the greenhouse consists of three 10' pipes, no cutting. They are joined by stock EMT connectors. The two outer angles are 117.3. The ridge angle is 125.4. Sides are 6' tall. Just over 10' to the ridge. 16' wide. Ultimately, this will be a double wall plastic film greenhouse. +AMDG Music Jason Shaw: "Landra's Dream" https://goo.gl/pi68XB Andy G. Cohen: "Bathed In Fine Dust" https://goo.gl/Smy2Am #greenhouse #passivesolar #earthbattery #thermalbanking #geothermal
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WE'RE PLANNING AN EARTH SHELTERED HOUSE!
 
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What kind of house are we planning? Have you dreamed of living in a cave or a hobbit house? Then check out this unconventional eco friendly home we are planning and our reasons for choosing it! We are still finalizing the floor plan and still trying to think of all the things we need to incorporate while keeping the cost down so any ideas, thoughts, or comments would be welcomed! **NOTE** The model is not a true representation of the building process. There will be a layer of insulation and a barrier that goes on top of the concrete before the soil! Jump straight to the last minute of the video if you just want to see the model and how it is made. Sorry about the dark video quality. I was using my husbands camera and I still have a lot to learn! Link to Department of Energy Earth Sheltered Home Page https://www.energy.gov/energysaver/types-homes/efficient-earth-sheltered-homes Please like and subscribe to stay up-to-date on future videos! Visit our website at https://www.creatingasimplerlife.com/... Follow us on: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/creatingasim... Instagram https://www.instagram.com/creatingasi... Twitter https://twitter.com/Mrs_Corbi "We're young enough to still have a lot to learn, but old enough not to care!" We are a middle aged, DIY couple building a debt-free sustainable homestead in the Adirondack Park of New York State for our retirement in a few years! Check out our 'about' page link above for more information! Sincerely, Rich & Kathie e-mail us at: mrscorbi@gmail.com
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Water is Cheaper than Air!
 
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Video shows how you can save 601121001510f Heating and Cooling costs by using Ground Source Geo-Thermal Heat Pump!
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How to Design and Build Affordable Zero Energy Homes
 
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A key component to almost all plans for keeping carbon emissions low is moving all new homes toward zero energy. Most construction industry professionals will agree that the technologies, materials, and methods needed to build zero energy homes are widely available. Most zero energy homeowners agree that their homes are the best homes they have ever lived in. The last remaining obstacle to widespread adoption of zero energy homes is the misconception that they cost more than new homes built to conventional standards. This webinar presents a host of ideas for designing and building economical zero energy homes that will add little or no total cost to a new construction project. These will include design concepts, construction choices, equipment selection, and more. In addition to suggestions on reducing first costs, there are important ideas for ensuring full financing and fair appraisals. The many benefits of zero energy for homeowners, beyond a lower cost of ownership, will be highlighted. Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in Green Building Certificate Institute (GBCI) Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse American Institute of Architects - AIA (HSW) Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP) Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP) AIBD State Architect / Builder License may be applicable Lessons Learned List at least three design elements of a zero energy home. Describe the zero energy pyramid that illustrates design priorities for zero energy homes. Review three strategies for reducing the costs of zero energy home construction. Articulate two strategies for ensuring fair appraisals Need CEUS? 1) Download the quiz here https://bit.ly/2NESFXw 2) Go to the CEU submittal for here https://greenhomeinstitute.org/ceu-we... Session sponsor: Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating - Shades of Comfort to Fit Your Personality http://www.mitsubishicomfort.com/ Instructor: Bruce Sullivan Bruce Sullivan has been helping people save energy for 35 years as a program specialist, trainer, writer, and consultant. He was a Senior Green Building Consultant at Earth Advantage for 7 years and is also a consultant with the Zero Energy Project. He has lived in a series of efficient homes. Three of these were state of the art energy-efficient new construction projects he helped design and build. The most recent of these homes generates enough energy on-site to run the home and power an electric car. Plus, it costs about 8 dollars a month LESS to own than a similar conventional house would have cost.
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Energy Stars
 
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MyRye.com House: Geothermal Heating & Cooling Installation - drilling
 
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MyRye.com House: Geothermal Heating & Cooling Installation - video shows our 3rd of three geothermal wells being drilled by BMT Services Drilling of Port Jervis, NY. The system is being installed by Amhac of Eastchester, NY and Connecticut Wells of Bethlehem, CT. August 27, 2010. 001.AVI
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Geothermal System Overview by WaterFurnace
 
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Learn how a geothermal system works. WaterFurnace designs one of the best units on the market today and can work for both in-floor and forced-air heating/cooling. Call us for a free quote! 616-772-2252
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