Ground source systems: A Cost-Effective Alternative to Fuels

A ground source or geothermal heat pump is a low cost central heating system that makes use of natural heat for functioning. It transfers the heat absorbed from the ground, using it to power the system. This system is not just highly reliable but also reduces the operational costs of heating. Natural heat is an abundantly available resource and makes an advanced and cost-effective alternative to fossil fuels. Natural heat as an alternative offers you complete freedom from the use of oil and gas.

Ground source heat pumps not only help you save on heating costs, but they’re also an environmentally responsible choice. Since the heat pump is powered by freely available heat, supplied by the environment, it is a hugely sustainable choice. All it requires is electrical power to drive the heat pumps. This also has an eco-friendly alternative as a ground source heat pump can be powered by photovoltaic solar panels, taking their energy efficiency to another level. This system makes you independent of fossil fuels and at the same time actively contributes towards reducing CO2 emissions.

With this system, up to almost 80% of the energy is absorbed from nature.
Besides, once installed, the operational costs are very low. This system is also eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive, which is an added benefit. By investing in a good ground source heat pump you can actively contribute towards reducing your carbon footprint in a responsible and cost-effective manner.

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