The new Trilogy 40 Q-Mode™ could save about 60% of annual energy use The Energy Department‘s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in partnership with ClimateMaster, has developed a highly efficient ground-source heat pump appliance for heating and cooling [...]
- April 26, 2012
- Posted by innovation at 9:22 pm
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