Geothermal energy conversion systems are becoming increasingly popular as Australians look for more sustainable and efficient ways of heating and cooling their homes. Geothermal energy is derived from the heat of the earth’s core, and the systems use this renewable source of thermal energy to power your home’s heating and cooling needs.
The two main types of geothermal energy conversion systems are ground source heat pumps (GSHP) and surface water source heat pumps (SWSHP). The most common type is a GSHP, which uses a loop system buried in the ground to capture the earth’s heat. This heat is then used to power your heating and cooling needs. GSHPs are very efficient and can reduce your energy consumption by up to 70%.
SWSHPs use water from a local river, lake or reservoir to power your home’s heating and cooling needs. This type of system works in a similar way to GSHPs but uses surface water instead of underground heat. SWSHPs are less efficient than GSHPs but they still offer substantial savings in electricity bills.
When it comes to installing a geothermal heating & cooling system, it pays to hire an experienced engineer & installer such as Euroheat Australia. They have over 30 years experience in designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems, so you can be sure that you’ll be getting the best service possible. Plus, they offer great customer service, so you can rest assured that any issues will be taken care of quickly and efficiently.
The benefits of installing a geothermal heating & cooling system include significant savings on electricity bills – up to 50% depending on your location – as well as lower emissions than traditional fossil fuels like coal and oil. Plus, Geothermal systems tend to last longer than other forms of energy conversion technology because they don’t suffer from wear and tear like other systems do.
The cost savings from installing a geothermal system vary depending on your location but typically pay for themselves within 5-7 years through reduced electricity bills alone. Additionally, some states have rebates available for homeowners who install Geothermal systems which can reduce installation costs further.
So if you’re looking for an efficient way to heat & cool your home without breaking the bank, then consider investing in a geothermal energy conversion system with Euroheat Australia – Perth engineers & installers with 30 years experience in designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems!