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Geothermal energy: today and tomorrow


Just like hydraulic, wind or solar resources, geothermal energy sources are clean, safe and renewable. So far, humanity has learned to convert not all heat into electricity, but only that which is concentrated in special areas where molten masses of magma are very close to the surface.


Geothermal facilities are already in operation and are under construction in various parts of the world, including in countries such as Russia, Iceland, Italy, the USA, Chile, Peru, El Salvador, the Philippines and Indonesia. Installed geothermal capacity in the world is growing at about 6% per year and is estimated to reach 46 GW by 2035.


The main advantage of geothermal energy is its inexhaustibility. Drilling wells, building geothermal power plants, and pumping water or using water / steam from geothermal sources is physically incapable of causing the temperature of the Earth's core to drop or somehow exhaust this resource.


Geothermal energy is more stable than other types of energy. It does not depend on weather conditions or time of day. Geothermal energy, unlike solar or wind energy, does not require significant areas for the placement of facilities.


FUTURE HOME SYSTEMS has experience and knowledge in planning, constructing and taking care of the whole system later, so contact us about geothermia and the future starts today!


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