Taking advantage of the thermal conditions of the earth's subsoil is what is known as geothermal energy.

There are different types of geothermal energy but the most widespread in our environment is the so-called "low enthalpy geothermal energy" for air conditioning. It is a heat pump that exchanges the heat of the interior of a building with the subsoil and doing so at very high yields because its temperature is very similar to the temperature of human comfort.


The direct end uses of geothermal energy are many, including heating and stoves, water heating for domestic and service use, heating of greenhouses, livestock and facilities agricultural facilities, product drying agricultural and air conditioning of the environment through absorption cycles.


Advantages of Geothermal Energy:

  • Cost of air conditioning very economical (between 5 and 6 times lower than the price of the electric kWh).
  • Minimum occupation of space: installation underground main installation and low volume interior equipment.
  • Supply of heat and cold with a single installation.
  • Autonomous, safe and long-life system.
  • Robust equipment with minimal maintenance.
  • Without affecting the exterior aesthetics of the building. No chimneys and no outside equipment.