Ecogeneration, the publication that covers important developments in the sustainable energy industry, has just released their latest issue that features an article by GeoExchange Australia’s Managing Director Yale Carden.

Yale discusses thermal potential with specific reference to geoexchange improving energy productivity. At the forefront of a new energy revolution, geoexchange reduces energy consumption by producing renewable thermal energy.

With examples such as Geoscience Australia and the award winning Riverina Highlands Building in Tumut, buildings in Australia are seeing the benefits and potential.

“It is in this combination of on-site renewable energy and the localised use of thermal energy where the greatest benefits to energy productivity exist.”

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