Geothermal Energy Options – How It Works

Geothermal Energy Options – How It Works

Geothermal Energy Options is a full service geothermal heating and cooling company. We engineer, design and install residential and commercial systems and specialize in direct exchange geothermal.

We are certified by BPI, IGSHPA, NYSERDA and part of Central Hudson’s Trade Allies and The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund. All of our employees are trained and certified in every phase of the geothermal process.

It is our goal to supply our clients with well designed, well installed geothermal heating systems, sensible solar products, wind power as well as emerging energy saving technology. Use of this technology can help eliminate or reduce America’s dependency on foreign oil, and fossil fuel products. With a range of equipment to suit as many needs as possible, we can accommodate nearly every type of new and retrofitted situation.

Geothermal Energy Options is committed to providing sound geothermal energy options and solutions for the residential and commercial building industries. Having over three decades experience in the construction and building energy industries, we offer complete turnkey services to our clients. As a consultant, we offer building modeling and energy auditing services that identify your building’s energy consumption and the potential for improvement. Our company can engineer and design for your home or businesses complete building system solutions that improve the building’s thermal performance, interior comfort level and indoor air qualities. The result is a healthier building, with reduced annual energy consumption.

Visit our website at www.geo-us.com or call us at (877) ALL-4-GEO

20 thoughts on “Geothermal Energy Options – How It Works”

  1. Hello I hope you can help. Where can I obtain the formula for
    heating a space as large as 57,600 square feet of open space (no
    walls) at a temp of around 75 to 80 degrees and 4 fish tanks that
    hold 10,500 gal of fresh water each. And one smaller tank that holds
    500 gal of fresh water. The water has to stay between Temperature:
    80-100°F, “but”85°F is optimal in the winter. I live in the
    North East of Pa.

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  2. Gas?? Does it use Freon? How would that save money? What do you do when you get a gas leak under ground? How is this any better than a heat pump?

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  3. Solar Assisted A/C is great. No compressor needed, just a vacuum, solar collector, evap. pv panel. Let the thermal sun do the work of compressing gas in a solar collector and evaporate and cool

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  4. Hi! So you drill tubes of copper into the earth that has some kind of liquid that absorbes the cool/heat from the earth and then its pumped to the house? Is that how it works?

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  5. Does the refrigerant ever get old or something? Do you end up having to replace it at some point? sounds too good to be true if it is just infinitely recycling through the heat pump.

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  6. Great video.  We are wanting to cool water to 60 degrees for rainbow trout fish production in Central America. Does anyone have ideas on how we can do this with geo thermal, cycling water in trout fish runs? How deep do we need to go and how much underground line do we need for a 30' X 3' X 3' run?   Working on this in small test mode for larger capacity in the future. If you have any ideas, contact us at info(at)globalfoodproviders.com- Panama. Thanks.

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  7. Frost line is only two feet I believe. I didn't understand this diagram example because different temperatures where used. If 20 degree liquid is going into the 52 degree ground shouldn't it come up at least 50 degrees and not 30 degrees. That is only a 10 degree saving and is it worth the cost??? Also wondering how long does copper pipe last before needing to be replaced in that warm moist rocky soil?

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  8. This again is not geothermal it is GROUND HEAT RECOVERY. 5 feet down here in NorthCentral Pa will never work–we get frozen ground to 9 feet at times–as we did this past winter 2013-14. Therefore this heat source is a waste of $$$$. Use deep drilled wells real geothermal steam energy. It works and many places here in Pa as well as the world are using this now. Good old USA is still stuck with polluting oil/, other petrochemicals.

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  9. Hi Cristopher, could you please let me know which software did you use to create this video, and which are the similar softwares? Thank you so much.

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