Archive for July, 2012

Geothermal in Canada

Geothermal in Canada

FlAGallery Canada may be known for its great hockey, maple sugar, and their frequent use of the word “aye,” but this country has also developed a strong geothermal industry that is unique and vibrant.  Since its first geothermal heat pump installation in 1949 in a house owned by the University of Toronto, it has grown into a mature geothermal market that encourages efficiently designed systems and innovation. The first geothermal installation in Canada was led by <a href ...

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A Bosch Experience at Serenbe

A Bosch Experience at Serenbe

Just South of Atlanta there is a vibrant community known as Serenbe. Last weekend, I found myself driving south on I-85 and arriving at Serenbe after a taking a few turns down some country roads off the interstate. The drive coming up to the community is serene. Green fields line the roads approaching Serenbe, and the sign at the entrance is the only clue that you are approaching a community that features three restaurants, an inn, stables, art galleries, and local shops. This is the community t ...

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