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Heat pumps take heat energy from water, the ground, or the air, bring it to a usable temperature, and transfer it into heating or hot water plumbing systems. The more efficient a heat pump is, the less electricity is required for its operation and recovery of the desired heat energy. In addition, the ambient heat captured by heat pumps comes from regional renewable resources and causes zero local greenhouse gas emissions.

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I am Maria. I care about the citizen's awareness of climate change and be more attentive. I am in charge of the weather health and act in projects related to sustainable weather conditions. I cover areas of CO2 management, city pollution, warming conditions, recycling management, and resource renewal procedures.

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