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What is Geothermal?

  • Geothermal Exchange technology relies primarily on the earth’s natural and relatively stable thermal energy to heat or cool a building.
  • Geothermal systems usually consume 40% to 60% less energy than conventional heating and cooling systems.
  • Geothermal can also be used to provide domestic hot water (DHW).
  • While conventional furnaces and boilers burn a fuel to generate heat, geothermal heat pumps use electricity to simply move heat from the earth into buildings, allowing for much higher efficiencies.
  • The most efficient fuel-burning heater can reach efficiencies around 95%, but a geothermal heat pump can move more than 4 units of heat for every unit of electricity needed to power the system, resulting in a practical equivalence of over 400% efficiency.


There are Many Types of Geothermal Systems

There are Many Types of Geothermal Systems

“Efficient, Effective, Economical, & Enduring Energy”

Of all energy-related technological advances in the past 25 years, geothermal offers the greatest energy cost savings.


What Makes AEG’s Geothermal Offering Different?

AEG Utilizes Geothermal Innovation’s Advanced, Patented Technology

The GI4 Heat Exchanger offers:

  • The only innovative heat exchanger technology that significantly reduces the  time and cost for drilling and installing the geothermal field.
  • Field size reduced by over 60%, making it possible for space constrained buildings to have geothermal.
  • Heating, Cooling, and DHW reductions of 40-60%; often with a 3-4 year payback with incentives.
  • Renewable Energy District Systems based on new high-efficiency GI4 geothermal technology not only offer the very highest ROI in energy savings, but also harness tremendous economies of scale that greatly reduces overall costs, creates jobs and community wealth, and makes much lower cost financing available.

AEG offers a complete array of complementary alternative energy and energy conservation technologies that can be installed on a single building or sets of buildings, or initiated system wide

Ubend vs. Gi.4

Cross Section of U bend vs. GI.4. Gray Area Represents Grout

ubend vs. GI.4 ft print

Comparison of U-Bend vs. Gi.4 Foot Print for Similarly Sized Building