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Geothermal energy

It is an inexhaustible source of energy 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and, unlike other systems do not influence the weather conditions of movement (sun, wind, etc).

Geothermal Energy can provide up to 100% of a household heating and hot water daily needs, as well as to building type with a wide array of energy needs, whatever the external conditions are (even with freezing temperatures).

Geothermal Energy relies on the earth’s ability to store huge amounts of heat under its surface.
An inexhaustible energy source, available all year round for 24 hour each day. It is not influenced by weather conditions.

It can provide also cooling in summer, all of this with the same single HVAC system, able to work with radiant floor, fancoils, or almost any heating or air conditioning system.
Earth’s crust has steady areas with low heat flux and unstable areas with an elevated heat flux. Both areas define the two geothermal energy types.

Geothermal Systems

High temperature/Enthalpy Geothermal energy+
Medium temperature geothermal energy +
Low temperature or low enthalpy geothermal energy +
Very low temperature geothermal energy +

Geothermal Energy Uses:

Geothermal energy has a wide range of applications ranging from large buildings with high energy requirements (hospitals, office buildings, blocks of flats, hotels, etc...) to buildings with a lower energy demand (single-family houses, field, chalets, etc...). Geothermic energy can also be implanted in buildings being refurbished.

The main applications of geothermal energy are as follows:

Heating in houses, buildings and industrial buildings.

HVAC refrigeration centres, cooling/freezing storage, etc.

Production of Sanitary Hot Water (ACS).

Air conditioning of swimming pools


Cattle raising.

There are two basic traditional systems for collecting energy from the subsoil, the so called closed loop systems, both vertical and horizontal and the open loop systems, which use groundwater to cool the air conditioning equipment.

Geothermy with dcl system

In DCL Geoenergia, in addition to conventional geothermal and renewable energy systems, we are pioneers in the installation of a new geothermal probe technology that combines the advantages of open loop systems and closed loop systems.

Until recently, only two basic systems of subsoil energy collection were known, the so called closed loop, both vertical and horizontal, and the open loop, through the extraction of subsoil water to cool the air conditioning equipment.

Geothermal for architect

Geothermal energy for the hotel sector

Geothermal energy for industrial sector

Geothermal energy for residential sector