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Starts: 16-May-14 2:11 p.m. GMT
Ends: 7-Jun-14 11:59 p.m. GMT
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This project deals with the all encompassing relaunch of a company- and product website.
It is about future, environment, technology and sustainability.
It is about a ground-breaking innovative geothermal heating and cooling pipe system.
The geothermal system utilizes the fact that the ground is warmer then the outside air in the winter and cooler in the summer. The difference in temperature enables us to produce energy. Inserting a series of pipes into the ground allows this heating and cooling energy to be transferred to and from your home. The geoKOAX earth energy storage pipe system / soil penetrometer technology solely transports and accumulates heat, it is not producing it. Therefore no fuel or gas is needed.
The company developed an outstanding patent-protected earth energy pipe system/soil penetrometer technology which in combination with a heat pump allows the use of near-surface geothermal energy for heating (incl. warm water) and cooling (active & passive) of mainly buildings but also open spaces such as train stations (no freezing of platforms and switches/junction plates in winter).
Because the system is able to cool down the building it could furthermore overcome the established way of air-conditioning buildings.
In addition to this specific technology the company offers the full spectrum of project support – geological analysis, planning, testing, implementation and monitoring – “geothermal energy in one go”. The energy supply will be covered and secured in one go right from the sub surface to the inner basement wall (the services connecting point).