EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 33, 20122nd European Energy Conference
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||End Use of Energy|
|Published online||02 October 2012|
Monitoring of Building Heating and Cooling Systems Based on Geothermal Heat Pump in Galicia (Spain)
1 EnergyLab Technology Centre, Alternative Energy Area Manager, 36310 Vigo, Spain
2 EnergyLab Technology Centre, Building Area Manager, 36310 Vigo, Spain
3 EnergyLab Technology Centre, Monitoring and Control Area Manager, 36310 Vigo, Spain
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In November 2009 was signed an agreement between Galicia’s Government and EnergyLab to develop a project related with the geothermal heatpumps (hereafter, GSHP) technology. That project consisted in replacing the existing thermal equipment generators (diesel boilers and air-water heat pumps) by GSHP systems in representative public buildings: two nursery schools, a university library, a health centre and a residential building. This new systems will reach the demands of existing heating, cooling and domestic hot water (hereafter, DHW). These buildings can serve as examples of energy and economic savings that can offer this technology. We will show detailed analysis of the GSHP facilities monitored, since the starting-up of them. Which includes: COP’s, EER’s, energy consumption, operating costs, operation hours of the system, economic and emissions comparative, geothermal exchange evolution graphs, environmental conditions evolution graphs (temperature and demands), etc. The results presented show an example of the important benefits of the GSHP technology and the significant savings that can offer its implementation for heating, cooling and DHW production.
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