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This product is a PDF that contains links to files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker (recorded presentation), PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp4) as noted.

Advanced net-positive energy building designs require renewable energy generation, usually solar and/or geothermal heat pumps. Integrating solar thermal technology with ground source heat pumps is a natural match, and if used correctly, can increase the effectiveness and reduce the cost of both systems. The 25- 65% of solar thermal energy often wasted can be utilized for integrated systems. With PV to power the heat pumps, net-positive energy on an annual basis is achievable. A two-year case study is discussed. The control sequences and integration techniques developed and proven for the GSHP and solar combined systems are described.

Hybrid GSHP and Solar Thermal Systems for Sustainable Design
Cary Smith, Member, Sound Geothermal Corp., Sandy, UT
Product Contains: Slides (pdf), Recorded Presentation, Audio (mp4), Recorded Presentation (flv)

Integrating a GSHP with Solar Thermal Radiant Floor Heating, a Case Study of a Net Positive Solar Home
Gaylen Atkinson, Member, Atkinson Electronics, Salt Lake City, UT
Product Contains: Slides (pdf), Recorded Presentation, Audio (mp4), Recorded Presentation (flv)

Run Time: 90 mins.

Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recordings, 2015 Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA