Eco-Cooler Article Published in HPAC Engineering
Overhaul of WSHP System Improves Energy Performance, Reduces Water Use
New cooling towers yield yearly savings of $34,000
At 615 Chestnut St. in Philadelphia, a 17-story, 380-000-sq-ft building housing private firms and government agencies, a restaurant, and a parking garage, the original water-source-heat-pump system generally functioned as originally intended, but a steady decline in energy performance and sharp increases in the cost of water were eroding the owners'-Seventh & Chestnut Associates and Waverly Management LLC's-bottom line.
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