Goethermal Heat Pumps
Geothermal heat pumps use heat either by circulating well water to extract and absorb heat or by using a piping system installed in the ground to circulate a fluid that then extracts or absorbs heat through the wall of the pipe. Geothermal heat pumps, using the natural heat of the earth, are up to three times as efficient as other types of heating systems. Download this question and answer fact sheet to learn more about the energy efficiency of a geothermal heat pump.
- Geothermal system types
- Question and answer fact sheets
- How geothermal heat pumps work