How do energy geostructures contribute to the achievement of a sustainable built environment?
Energy geostructures are solutions with multiple benefits that contribute to the sustainable development of the built urban areas.
Energy geostructures are in line with current legislation requirements regarding the integration of renewable energy sources in new buildings and contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions.
Could become the main source of thermal energy in the case of new constructions for schools, hospitals, kindergartens or any other public buildings.
Correspond to national and European legislation regarding urban transformation towards a sustainable environment in the context of climate change.
Provide thermal energy independence and low maintenance costs.
Contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions compared to conventional heating and cooling sources.
They are in line with the principles of a circular economy.