Here’s what a small rural electric cooperative in Minnesota is doing right to market its EnergyWI$E Geothermal Program. I like how they explain how geothermal systems work as a valuable hedge against inflation. Due to the high efficiency of ground source heat pump technology, property owners who invest in geothermal heating and cooling are well-insulated from expensive spikes in their electricity and natural gas costs.
Almost everyday, we are asked a basic question – Can geothermal systems be installed in existing buildings? The answer, of course, is yes.
See how one builder incorporated a geothermal system into his historic home restoration and built a home that produces more energy than it uses.
Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Jim Bose serves as the Executive Director of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association. In this video, Dr. Bose discusses how he first became interested in geothermal heat pump technology, as well as many of the benefits of geothermal systems for property owners.