DOE will provide funding for a team led by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to deploy geothermal heating and cooling systems in federal facilities and buildings

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The U.S. Department of Energy will provide funding for a team led by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to deploy geothermal heating and cooling systems in federal facilities and buildings.

https://www.energy.gov/eere/articles/doe-invests-6-million-geothermal-heating-and-cooling-technologies-federal-facilities

Geothermal energy deployment at federal sites will be done though site surveys, resource characterization, data analysis, and designs for geothermal heating and cooling systems. The aim of the fund is to reduce or replace electricity demand, offset peak loads to the grid, and add resiliency and security to local energy systems. 

A geothermal system can be installed almost anywhere. The pros would be that they are extremely efficient and will work around 400% better than a traditional furnace. Geothermal energy technology uses the natural heat of the others to heat or cool your office or commercial property without harm to our environment.

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