A Wikipedia article on Geothermal Heating says, "Geothermal energy is extracted from a reasonably constant earth core
temperature of 12.2º to 13.3°C (54º to 56°F) . Running a thermal loop to
this constant core temperature by drilling wells vertically or
horizontally allows for this heat transfer to a medium in pipes. These
pipes contain fluid from which either cooling or heating is extracted"
What sources of information are available on the 'net or elsewhere to help… Continue
Posted on November 1, 2010 at 9:21am — 2 Comments