Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Reduce heating and cooling costs by up to 50% with a geothermal heat pump system
Interested in installing a geothermal heat pump for your organization? Consider these factors
Benefits of a geothermal heat pump system
One centralized system
A geothermal heat pump is designed to be the main heating and cooling system used in your facility. It transfers heat to or from the ground based on seasonality (transferring heat from the ground to your facility in the winter and transferring heat back to the ground in the summer). This is all done through a network of pipes installed beneath your property.
Much lower heating & cooling costs
On average, geothermal heat pumps can be 25-50 percent lower than standard heating and cooling systems. This is due to the fact that they use a much smaller amount of electricity. For every one unit of electricity (kW) used by a geothermal system, that can be converted to 3-5 kW of heating or 2-3 kW of cool energy.
Corrects imbalanced borefield problems associate with standard geothermal
All winter long, standard geothermal pumps pull heat out of the earth, but in the summer they don’t put as much heat as they pulled out in the winter back in. There’s an imbalance. As a result, heat is not being used as effectively and it can even potentially damage the earth beneath. This is why many geothermal systems fail to produce projected results.
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EnergyLink’s experts will help guide you through the process of designing, building, and financing a custom-engineered geothermal system so your organization can get the best energy savings results.