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DeMarco expands into traditional ground loop geothermal.

DeMarco Energy Systems of America Inc. (OTCBB:DMES), Austin, Texas, has announced the addition of traditional ground loop geothermal installations as an added benefit to its business scope.

The move is due to the rapid growth in residential and light commercial and school markets in central Texas and throughout the United States. This traditional application is intended to complement the DeMarco patented "Energy Miser" municipal water heat pump technology. The company will continue to aggressively market the DeMarco patented technology through Florida Heat Pump representatives nationwide.

"The Austin area is a very inviting market for geothermal heat pumps for several reasons," stated Victor DeMarco, president of DeMarco Energy Systems. "Austin is historically a very green city and geothermal heat pumps have been in use here for over 20 years."

Some of the more notable installations of geothermal heat pumps in Central Texas include the Austin Independent School District and President George W. Bush's Ranch in Crawford, Texas.

Due to the increase of geothermal installations locally, a strong infrastructure has been built to support this type of application. Austin is fortunate enough to have several experienced ground loop installers as well as a number of qualified technicians.

Beginning January 2002, the company launched its marketing of the traditional ground loop application. The interest in this type of geothermal installation has already resulted in numerous requests for proposals and pending sales.

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Title Annotation:DeMarco Energy Systems of America Inc.
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Date:Mar 1, 2002
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