Geothermal Heating Considered for Fargo’s New City Hall

At an estimated cost of $850,000 against an annual savings of ~$18,000, the economics of the plan look shaky, but the fact that this concept is even being considered represents a subtle shift towards more environmentally conscious thinking and planning.

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