Energy Geostructures explained
Energy Geostructures are an innovative solution for heating and cooling buildings with renewable energy coming directly from the ground.
The concept behind this technology is to take advantage of the reinforced concrete geotechnical structures (piles, slurry walls, etc.) that are needed anyway for structural reasons and transform them into “heat exchangers” by using the interacting soil as the renewable energy source.
A SMART investment with long-term benefits
Any type of reinforced concrete structure in contact with the ground can be thermally activated becoming an energy geostructure. Energy geostructures replace the classical geothermal shallow sources and eliminate the need for such additional investments.
In the case of a pile foundation system, it will provide the structural support for the building and it will also be the renewable energy source for its heating and cooling.
Any non-thermally activated geotechnical structure is a source of untapped, lost free energy!
In what type of geotechnical structures can the system be easily implemented?
Energy geostructures can cover up to 100% of the entire demand for heating and cooling of a building.
Rataining systems for urban excavations and for slopes stability
Foundations Systems on Piles
Underground parkings for which the energy is used for the surrounding buildings
Metro Lines and Stations
Steps needed for the sucessful implementation
of energy gestructures
Reinforced concrete infrastructures can be transformed into heat exchangers!
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Energy Geostructures can be implemented in a large variety of structures and buildings being a sustainable solution for heating and cooling with renewable energy.