ASHRAE Technical Committee 6.8 - Geothermal Heat Pump and Energy Recovery Applications
Welcome to the home page of ASHRAE Technical Committee 6.8 (or TC 6.8) entitled Geothermal Heat Pump and Energy Recovery Applications. TC 6.8 is concerned with all equipment and systems which collect, store and utilize geothermal energy or fluids for the purpose of heating and cooling, and with the development and application of heat pump systems and heat recovery by refrigeration cycles including system design, operation, and performance (product design of unitary heat pumps and equipment components is excluded). Overlap with other TC's is recognized where specific systems are included for utilization or distribution.
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