Sure, but that requires energy to exchange the heat just as an
air-source heat pump requires energy to extract heat from ambient air.
The OP's reference article stated that the homeowners of the
subterrainain house planned their energy costs to be < $150. I just
don't see how they are going to get there.
A heating distribution center would still be a heating plant even if no
heat was added to the system at that location, wouldn't it? Rule of
thumb: find the warmest room in the building, that's the heating plant.
The only smart ones were the local banks that refused financing. He will
have a 150$ a year heat bill and keep it at 55-60, not if he has a
family he wont. Im zone 5 and my temp at 4 ft goes to 35f , they are
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