Geothermal air conditioning consists of harnessing the energy present in the earth’s crust (energy from the sun, wind, water and heat from the center of the earth) to heat or cool the interior of a residential home or some industrial offices, and also provides domestic hot water.
This technique represents an ecological and economical alternative to fossil fuel-based energy sources.
- Domestic hot water (DHW) production
- Heating in winter. Applicable to any building, dwellings, residences, hotels, greenhouses or farms
- Air conditioning in summer
- Heating of swimming pools, spas and spas
- Industrial processes that require cooling or heating
Significant advantages of geothermal
- Low power consumption
- Save up to 60% on fossil fuels
- Comfort throughout the year (very high degree of comfort)
- Total respect for design, without environmental impact
- Low cost of maintenance
- Heating and cooling at the same time
- Domestic hot water production