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The use of utility device increased in the month of November where some of the most commonly used devices are terrible for the environment. Also, many novel technologically advanced systems are being built to reduce carbon and get sustainable heating. Geothermal is eco-friendly and works on temperature changes deep inside the earth. The drawback of the system is the high installation costs where it may take a decade to pay off the implementation and equipment charges. In addition, modifications are required in the base structure of the house to get better efficiency.
Some houses make use of pellet heating system, where wood and a mixture of fuel is used for heating.
Some new wood burners’ helps in heating the rooms using sawdust pellets but installation of such systems can be expensive where one requires pipes and chimney as vents.
Masonry heaters are efficient and require a low installation charges but it burns wood, where heat is trapped in the room and lesser amount of wood is required.
Geothermal energies can provide sustainable carbon free solutions where heat from deep underground is trapped and used for a number of processes by connecting to resources to heat, cool or produce electricity. Hydraulic heating pipes can be installed below the floor and the heat produced through such pipes is distributed throughout the home where the pipes can get heated through solar or geothermal energy systems. The heated water is pushed across the pipes where its heat can be used with the help of a pump and a heat exchanger.
Some recent studies find country such as Netherlands could meet 50 per cent of its energy demand through geothermal. The process involves storing hot water from deep underground into reservoirs. Temporary buffering is planned through doubles, which are expensive but can pay back in the long-term. Such reservoirs can make use of underground hot water. Such projects aim to find ways to increase efficiency and explore possibilities in geothermal.
These days many European countries are using wind power to generate energy for heating.
Wind and solar system are, at present, one of the least expensive renewable forms and are most popular, in comparison to, other carbon free sources such as geothermal, waves, biomass, hydro thermal etc. Photovoltaic panels received half of the total green investments in 2004 as per Bloomberg reports, whereas, 93 per cent of the investments in carbon free energy generation in 2018 was made towards solar and wind.
Geothermal and wave are systems, which cannot be used anywhere. A Marine system can produce electricity through waves but the energy produced through these methods is not cost competitive. Solar and wind based systems are not location specific and their energies can be stored in batteries, that can be used anytime, in any season. Experts believe the two methods can provide a good replacement for fossils but it is necessary to trap other methods as well to eliminate fossils completely.
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