First London Homes Utilize Geothermal Energy

[] The Energy Savings Trust is reporting on a new housing development in London that will utilize geothermal energy to help reduce carbon emissions. The new apartments, being built in Norbury by Bob Harris of Earthdome, will have geothermal hot water and heating and form part of the Mayor of London’s renewable energy strategy. Each home will rely on the earth as a heat source, using a system of underground pipes that will transfer heat from the earth to the building and provide underfloor heating and hot water as well as reducing annual household energy bills.


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