Tag: geothermal pros and cons

Geothermal Pros & Cons: Is Geothermal Right For You?

Dandelion geothermal goes through the pros and cons of geothermal.

The Power of Geothermal and Solar Together

Geothermal energy and solar power work together to make homes as efficient as possible, helping homeowners lower costs, minimize environmental impact, and maximize financial incentives.

5 Ways That Geothermal Can Go Wrong, and How to Do It Right

I’m Bryan Roberts — Sr. Energy Consultant. I joined Dandelion Geothermal as one of the first employees and have worked in clean energy and environmental planning for over a decade. Every year, my colleagues and […]

Dandelion Energy & EmPower Solar Partner to Bring Renewable Energy Solutions to Long Island Homeowners

Geothermal energy and solar power work together to make homes as efficient as possible. Come to an informational event on Long Island to learn about solar + geothermal.

Debunking 5 Myths About Geothermal

Interest in geothermal heating and cooling solutions is soaring. Some people remain skeptical, turned off by prominent misconceptions about this powerful interior climate control solution. Here are the top five misconceptions about geothermal so that you can make a more informed decision for your family.

5 Ways to Electrify Your Home

Electrifying our homes is the best way to capitalize on renewable energy solutions that lower costs, limit climate impact, and support long-term sustainability. Here are five ways homeowners can begin that process today.

Spring is Almost Here: Why Now is the Right Time to Enhance Your Home Heating Solution

Dandelion geothermal systems take advantage of the earth’s constant temperature just 5 feet below ground, harnessing the steady temperature surrounding any home to heat or cool it as needed. Here are three reasons why it’s worth considering switching to geothermal today.

Geothermal Power Plant Frequently Asked Questions

What are the differences between geothermal power plants and geothermal heat pumps?  Even though geothermal power plants and geothermal heat pumps both derive energy from the earth’s heat, they differ greatly in function, size, and […]