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Largest Geothermal System in the US? Nears Completion at Ball State University

Geothermal power is one of the United States of America’s most readily accepted forms of alternative energy – and now Ball State University is entering the final phase of a massive geothermal project that will be the nation’s largest geothermal system. The geothermal ground-source heat pump system, which will replace four large coal-fired boilers, will reduce the [...]
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