Geothermal Energy can provide heating, cooling and power without the heavy environmental and health impacts of using fossil fuels. While the Earth's surface temperature is subject to change, underground, the temperature remains consistent (50-60 degrees Fahrenheit).
Geothermal Energy comes in a variety of forms. It can be used for power plants, using steam from hot springs and other hot sources.
However, closed loop geothermal energy can also be used to heat and cool homes and small buildings. These systems circulate pipes underground to transfer heat. Learn about geothermal systems that can work for your home.