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Geothermal Heating and Cooling Terminology

Geothermal Coefficient of Performance

The coefficient of performance, also known as C.O.P. is a metric related to heating and cooling systems that quantifies their efficiency. The coefficient of performance is the ratio of the heat produced by the system to the energy used to concentrate the heat. The greater the value of the coefficient of performance, the more energy efficient the heating and cooling system is.

Geothermal Cooling
Coefficient of Performance:

Coefficient of Performance =

Geothermal Heating
Coefficient of Performance:

Coefficient of Performance =

British Thermal Units of Heat Supplied To Ground
British Thermal Units of Electricity Consumed
BTUs of Heat Removed from Ground + BTUs Electricity Consumed
BTUs of Electricity Consumed

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