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KTHs Ground Source Heat Pump Team

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Ground source heat pumps (GSHP) are a common technology to provide heating and cooling for both commercial and residential buildings. The ground is attractive as a sink or source of heat because of its relatively stable and constant temperature. The heat is exchanged by circulating a secondary fluid (or groundwater) throught a closed (or opened) loop in the ground. Heat or cold extracted from the ground is delivered (often through a heat pump) to the building. Our research is focused on finding answers to improve the current design methods and to characterize the thermal processes inside borehole heat exchangers (BHEs) and in the surrounding ground. We are a relatively young group and we have great motivation to promote this technology!

Our Sponsor and Partners

Our projects have been mainly financed by the Swedish Energy Agency, Formas, Vinnova, and more than 50 industrial partners.

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Belongs to: Energy Technology
Last changed: Jan 14, 2021