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Jay Egg is a certified geothermal designer and founder of Egg Systems, an HVAC services company focused on geothermal technology. He is a sought-after expert on geothermal HVAC, and his team has written hundreds of web articles on the topic.
Brian Clark Howard is a Web editor with the Daily Green, a division of Hearst Digital Media. He writes and edits articles and blogs on earth-friendly topics, and is syndicated on Yahoo!, MSN, Huffington Post, O (The Oprah Magazine), and others. Brian is the coauthor of The Whole Green Catalog (Rodale Press 2009) and Green Living: The E Magazine Handbook for Living Lightly on the Earth (Penguin, 2005).
Complete crap, you will have to PAY for an advertisement for the author's own service. No real facts or useful information, everything is "beyond the scope of this book"... Read morePublished 11 months ago by R. Murray
This book did not live up to my expectations.It is not a serious handbook about system engineering,but written for people who are pretty clueless about the subject. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Zola
This book was a total disappointment.and a waste of my time.dont waste your money.all he's trying to do is promote his business.Published 22 months ago by Jackie
Google: "Jay Egg" geothermal scam OR fraud OR ripoff
"There are more fools than knaves in the world, else
the knaves would not have enough to live upon. Read more
Somehow, this book ended up on my desk, and I picked it up out of spite to disprove it. Apparently, all geothermal systems are not created equal! Mr. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Alan M. Gonzalez
I wanted to know about geothermal, you know, pipes in the ground to help heat and cool my house. I never knew you could do your pool?! Why is this not everywhere? Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by lexluvlife
The book lacks a lot of technical information and has almost no flow to it. That is, chapters are arranged in a very weird, illogical order. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Evan11
I recently became acquainted with Geothermal HVAC; a green, money saving technology and wanted to find out more. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Amazon Customer
It was well written and even though I am no expert, I could follow the concepts and it make good sense.
worth the time to read!