REA, Inc. Now Offering the Greensleeves’ GeoModule Solution

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Greensleeves, a developer of proprietary clean technology software products, announced that REA, Inc. is the newest representative for its intelligent thermal management system, the GeoModule, in Middle and Eastern Tennessee. 

“Greensleeves is excited to announce the partnership with REA, Inc.  Geothermal opportunities are readily available throughout the area, and through this partnership, we have greatly increased the possibility of installing geothermal applications because the GeoModule makes it affordable. REA is a trusted, innovative local company supporting this effort,” said Bob Braam, general manager of geo operations, Greensleeves LLC. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer the GeoModule.  The market is already showing an interest in it.  This unique adaptive, predictive geothermal control system anticipates desired loop temperatures and preconditions the loop by monitoring and predicting the actual building load requirement,” said Chris Reeves, senior vice president, REA, Inc.

For more information on the GeoModule, call REA, Inc. at 800 443-3649 or Greensleeves at 419 420-1515.

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