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Most of the material on the topic of geothermal greenhouse design, focuses solely on building new structures from scratch.
There’s a common misconception that you’ll need either a completely buried or glass greenhouse to take advantage of geothermal heating, especially passive modes.
It’s not enough to select the right kind of geothermal heating system, distribution method, and heating load and automatically get good results from the equipment.
Air geothermal systems can use both dry wells and underground lakes and springs to supply heat, as do water systems.
Geothermal equipment is based around the stable temperature of buried earth or water, but it’s a little more complicated than that.
Before you undertake the research need to design a cutting-edge sustainable heating system for a greenhouse, you should explore why it’s a valuable technique in the first place.