Heating And Cooling Sourced From The Earth

[Today’s Facility Manager] In 2005, renewable sources provided 7% of the energy consumed in the U.S., according to figures¬† from the Energy Information Administration; geothermal energy made up just 5% of that figure. The tiny portion of energy supplied by geothermal sources is not for lack of potential, but rather lack of infrastructure, feasible financing, and adoption. As more facilities look into the possibilities of geothermal, perhaps it will help to foster the market for this renewable energy source.

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