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May 23, 2024
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New Jersey Moves to Embrace Geothermal Heat Pumps
State Looks to Set Up Pilot Program, Worker Training
The Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource (TIGER) system at Princeton University uses geothermal technology to store heat in the ground and then retrieve it to heat the campus later. This building is one of two in final testing before implementation.
The Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource (TIGER) system at Princeton University uses geothermal technology to store heat in the ground and then retrieve it to heat the campus later. This building is one of two in final testing before implementation. | Princeton University
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After years of largely overlooking geothermal, New Jersey has begun an effort proponents hope will better integrate the energy source into the state’s renewable energy portfolio.
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