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Geothermal heat pumps: a renewable, competitive, reliable technology for heating and cooling in buildings

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A high performance technology, adaptable for heating, cooling, hot water and energy storage

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Highly efficient technology: massive savings in energy consumed and in heating and cooling costs

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About the Campaign

The Heat Under Your Feet

The Heat Under Your Feet is an initiative launched in May 2015 within the framework of the ReGeoCities project to disseminate information and awareness about geothermal heat pumps in Europe and to promote their use.

Geothermal heat pumps – or ground source heat pumps, GSHP – are an established technology that uses shallow geothermal energy, the heat stored beneath the earth surface, for heating and cooling buildings. They can be used in a wide range of applications, from small, residential houses to large individual buildings or complexes. 

The average energy savings, if the technology is used properly, are as much as 50% in winter and 40% in summer. They can be installed anywhere and at anytime to provide reliable and sustainable renewable energy.

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The Heat Under Your Feet

What’s New

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Decarbonising the heating and cooling sector: “Strategic Policy Priorities for Renewable Heating and Cooling in Europe”

Nov 25,2016 / News

The FROnT project published a paper with strategic policy recommendations to support the deployment of renewable heating and cooling technologies …

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ThermoMap Viewer and ThermoMap Calculator now available on the Heat Under Your Feet website

Nov 24,2016 / News

As from today, two important tools for the development of shallow geothermal installations are also available on the Heat Under …

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How to develop support schemes for Renewable Heating and Cooling

Oct 18,2016 / News

The FROnT manual of good practices provides guidance for policy makers establishing successful support schemes for renewable heating and cooling. …

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