Miami University Case Study Mixes VRF and Geothermal in Educational Feature

In College Planning & Management’s April 2017 issue, a case study on Mitsubishi Electric’s water-source VRF heat pump was featured. The Miami University of Ohio’s dorms needed a new HVAC option in order to fulfill its goal to be more sustainable and “coal-free" by 2025 - Mitsubishi Electric served as a solution and showcased design flexibility in the product line through its water-source option. The article also includes information on the benefits of the new system, such as energy consumption decrease.

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