Big buildings almost always have big carbon footprints, and getting the carbon out of heating and cooling is especially challenging. Geothermal might be the answer.
As tech companies continue their race to control the smart home, a promising energy startup has raised a round of funding from traditionally tech and strategic investors for a geothermal solution to h
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/screen-shot-2011-02-14-at-11-07-09-am.png" class="shot2"></img> A new SEC filing revealed today that Los Angeles-based clean energy business,
<img src='http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/green-house-1.jpg' class="snap_nopreview shot" alt="" />Alternative energy is a growing market, and though many states offer tax credits, reba
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/joikr/2423108606/"><img src='http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/geothermal.png' class="snap_nopreview shot" alt="Nesjavellir geothermal plant" /></a>
Google’s philanthropic arms, Google.org, is investing a little over $10 million into the development of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS). Rather than extracting heat from the ground a few hundr