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Heat Collection Methods (3)
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Ground Source Heat Pump System (Bedrock)

A bedrock heat pump uses the solar energy found within the earth. Pipes are lowered through one or more boreholes through one or more boreholes (50-200 metres) into the bedrock.

Advantages

  • No great size of plot required
  • The pipe in the ground maintains an even temperature throughout the year

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