A leap towards energy self-sufficiency with geothermal heat
Proheat offers energy-efficient geothermal heating systems for the heating and cooling of large buildings. At its best, a geoenergy system optimised for the building can create up to 14% return on investment.
The geothermal heat that is pumped from a geothermal well is heat energy produced by the sun that has accumulated deep in the ground. In addition to heating, the same geoenergy system also provides cooling, practically for free.
– At current energy prices, the repayment period for geothermal heat is short, says Timo Lappalainen, owner of Proheat.
In the future, the energy portion of a building’s operating costs will only increase. The use of energy does not allow endless savings.
– The best way to impact energy costs is to increase self-sufficiency through means such as adopting geothermal heat, which also increases property value, says Lappalainen.
Geothermal heat as a solution protects the environment, and its carbon dioxide emissions are considerably lower than those of fossil fuels. Geothermal heat can be fully connected to hybrid systems, such as heat recovery and solar energy.