Jay Egg

Jay Egg is a consultant and designer of geothermal HVAC systems, in addition to being author of two books and several articles on the subject. He is the Founder of Egg Systems, and focuses on geothermal consulting, engineering, and contracting technologies. He can be reached at jayegg.geo@gmail.com.

Articles written by Jay Egg
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﷯﷯As a retired mechanical contractor turned to consulting, I find myself reflecting on sweet memories and great finds. One of these happened﷯ several years ago﷯...more...

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Building owners and property management professionals are picking up on a growing list of benefits to buildings with geothermal heating and cooling systems. Properly implemented,...more...

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I invite the readers of Plumbing Engineer to spend a day at the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) with me and get...more...

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When was the last time you sold something in HVAC strictly on its curb appeal? Having been an HVAC contractor for more than two decades,...more...

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There are a lot of great ideas for saving energy, but first cost is usually a limiting factor for our customers. One of those has...more...

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As of 2010, there was 81 billion square feet of commercial space in the U.S., about 60 percent of it utilizing cooling towers. That figure...more...

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Have you stopped to notice all of the heat sources in your client’s’ homes and businesses? Things like desktop and laptop computers, appliances, lights and...more...

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We’re always looking for something better to offer our customers. The tankless water heating boom has been good for business the environment. These units are good...more...

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On September 24, the ASHRAE headquarters in Atlanta was the sight of American Ground Water Trust’s (AGWT) Geothermal Workshop. The AGWT facilitates workshops around the...more...

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I recently presented a paper on geothermal HVAC implementation to the New York City Council. Though the benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems are...more...

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In the movie, "Back to the Future II," during his visit to 2015, Marty purchases a 1950 to 2000 sports almanac,

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Do you remember the first time you found a profit center that really rocked? For me, it was in the early 1990s. Egg Systems was...more...