Less known among the general public compared to other energies, geothermal systems are a fantastic way to maintain a perfect temperature in your home.
This form of energy is based on the principle of recovering calories that are abundant in the ground in order to heat or cool your home. Sensors are placed on either a horizontal surface, buried 60 to 100 cm underground, for example, or vertically in boreholes measuring 50 to 100 cm deep.
The energy is transmitted to a heat pump, which uses a thermodynamic device to transfer heat from where it is the coldest to where it is the warmest. Equipped with a reversible system, it can run in reverse, similar to a refrigerator. This form of energy cannot be exhausted, amounting to considerable savings on heating bills.