More accessible geothermal
Geothermal energy for electricity production is only taking advantage of 7% of the world’s geothermal resources, but what about the heat available at shallower depths?
GeoIndustry is focused on harnessing a barely exploited resource, whose depths are shallower and technically more feasible, of around 3280 feet or less, depending on the geological conditions of the ground. Regarding the temperatures necessary for the start-up of these type of projects, we are handling an approximate range of between 140ºF and 176ºF, which may be higher in certain places.
The development of projects for geothermal agricultural uses provides a double added value in a society that is dramatically changing every single second.
On the one hand, food security derived from the development of geothermal greenhouses that allow us to produce food in a predictable and consistent way, through the most optimal climate regulation, regardless of the external weather conditions. On the other, the increase in competitiveness that occurs as a result of producing all kinds of products through 100% renewable energy.
The owner of your plant
Another of the great elements that the development of geothermal heat projects contributes is energy independence. Geothermal energy is available 24/7 and it is the customer who has full control of the heat plant.
These types of thermal plants are independent of the volatility of the energy world market and from an economic point of view, the thermal megawatt generated is the most profitable compared to any other type of energy, either fossil or renewable origin.