Meet Joe Parsons, Chief Operating Officer of EarthLinked Technologies. Joe’s experience in the HVAC industry spans decades. He is recognized as an international expert in the field and sits on the Geothermal Exchange Organization’s board of directors, among several others. He is responsible for product development, training programs, standards compliance and authorized dealer relationships for EarthLinked Technologies.
What’s geothermal and how can we use it?
The sun’s rays warm the earth every day. That energy is stored in the shallow earth and maintains its constant temperature in the ground. EarthLinked Geothermal Renewable Energy Systems “harvest” that stable thermal mass using environmentally friendly refrigerant and move heat through a closed loop, just like your refrigerator or air conditioner. The real difference of EarthLinked Geothermal Renewable Energy Systems lies in our use of copper to directly contact the heat source. The EarthLinked method is simpler and transfers more heat to your home in the winter and from your home to the earth in the summer. Greater simplicity and fewer parts mean greater reliability.
Why should we use it?
EarthLinked Geothermal Renewable Energy Systems displace much less earth with their smaller copper loops, leaving a smaller footprint on your property and a lower impact on the environment and your budget. Further, by transferring heat more efficiently, EarthLinked Geothermal Renewable Energy Systems use less electricity to operate the heat pump to circulate environmentally friendly refrigerant.
This transfer of energy is an extremely efficient way to heat and cool your home. Geothermal heating and cooling is an eco-friendly option and can result in lower monthly heating and cooling costs by up to 80%. By investing in geothermal technology, you can drastically reduce your carbon footprint and help cut down on the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced each year.
Spread the word by relaying the basics of geothermal technology to your friends and family. You can help the world become a more environmentally friendly place to live.