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A ground-source heat pump (sometimes called a "geothermal heat pump") provides space conditioning by moving heat energy. A ground-source heat pump (GSHP) system can provide heating, cooling and humidity control. A GSHP system may provide water heating, either to supplement or replace conventional water heaters. A heat pump can be an efficient alternative to a standard home heating system. Moreover, during the cooling season, its function can be reversed, and it becomes an air conditioner. Heating and cooling buildings using GSHP systems (also known as geothermal heat pumps) are becoming more and more popular. Typically, GSHP systems cost twice as much as conventional heating and cooling systems as a result of the cost of the outside piping to install but cost three to four times less to operate.