Energold drills geothermal wells and installs recirculating heat pumps for clients across the globe. A geothermal heat pump or ground source heating pump is a centrally located heating and cooling system which uses latent heat from the earth to generate electricity. Other common trade name includes geoexchange, earth-coupled, earth energy generation systems.
In the winter, it uses the earth as a heat source and in the winter vice versa. This engineering feat essentially moderates temperature already in ground to increase efficiency therefore lower electricity bills and operating cost of cooling/heating buildings. Depths are relatively shallow around 6 meters (20 feet), at which temperature is 10 to 16 degrees Celsius (60F). Much like refrigerator or air conditioning systems, heat pumps are used to transfer heat from a cooler area (and vice versa) against natural direction.
The core of the heat pump is a loop of refrigerant pumped from a compressor cycle that moves heat. This creates a stable energy efficiency especially for large infrastructures and buildings as underground temperature does not fluctuate as much throughout year, reducing heating/cooling costs through moderation.
Energold team has set up systems like this across the globe, mostly in North America, creating savings in spades for clients over the last 50 years.
Once set up, cost is minimal for maintenance and it's mostly renewable ground heat other than . Ground Source Heat Pump geothermal units (GSHP) are amongst some of most energy efficient technologies for HVAC and water heating. Contact us today for a quote!