Ground Source heating (often referred to as Geothermal Heating) is one of the easiest forms of renewable energy to install in buildings. It is suitable for any residential, commercial, retail and public building. Stored solar heat energy in the ground is collected through water circulation loops installed in boreholes or trenches and then enhanced by up to 4 times by using a ‘heat pump’ to heat the building and to provide hot water. Tailored systems can also provide building cooling during summer months.
Guide to Ground Source Heating