Encore Energy to provide greywater geothermal HVAC to 14 WWTP in Mass.

In support of the state's efforts to reduce operational costs and lower C02 levels from operations, Encore Energy Systems will work with the Mass DEP to determine geothermal energy solutions for aging facility infrastructures. The focus will be on retrofitting 14 pre-selected sites with Encore's patents in greywater geothermal heat exchangers that will allow up to 70% savings on heating and cooling expenses from operations...

BRIGHTON, MI, Jan. 31, 2008 -- Encore Energy Systems will make its patented greywater geothermal HVAC solutions available to the WWTP industry in Mass.

In support of the state's efforts to reduce operational costs and lower C02 levels from operations, the company will work in cooperation with the Mass DEP to determine geothermal energy solutions for aging facility infrastructures. The focus will be on retrofitting 14 pre-selected sites with Encore's patents in greywater geothermal heat exchangers that will allow up to 70% savings on heating and cooling expenses from operations.

"Conventional energy consuming roof-mounted HVAC is obsolete; it's the industry dinosaur," said Brian Mello, Sr. VP of Encore. "There is no longer any need for this old school technology. We have the ability to provide efficiency at much higher levels, no roof penetrations, and enjoy 25 year life-cycles with our heat exchangers installed within the conditioned space. It is the future in geothermal heat exchange; there is nothing more efficient. We are extracting the thermal properties of water and returning it to the line; we don't even require the expense of drilling conventional geothermal well fields. We have all the energy we need, right in the existing water lines; be it greywater or potable water lines, we hold both patents for this efficient geothermal technology."

Encore Energy owns the patents for the use of greywater and domestic water in heat exchanger systems, and also provides conventional geothermal heat exchange systems.

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