Step-by-step resources are available to help you learn more about the benefits and potential of geothermal heat pumps and how to move forward with a Community Heat Pump project for your building(s).
You might be interested in community heat pumps if you are a city planner, municipal water or sewer manager, campus facility operator, or real estate developer.
You should consider learning more about community heat pumps if:
- You’re interested in improving the sustainability of your community.
- You want to reduce carbon emissions.
- You seek to lower facility operating costs.
- You are looking to reduce maintenance requirements for HVAC systems.
- You’re seeking a reliable and safe method to efficiently heat and cool your buildings.
If you think your facility or campus could be a technical fit for a community heat pump system, the next step is to explore potential ownership and business models.
How do you get institutional buy-in for a community heat pump project?
What business models are a good fit to monetize your system?
Are you ready to engage a solution provider to develop a feasibility study, do a detailed engineering design, or install the project?
Resources are available to you to help support this process.