Blue Fifty supports the use of geothermal energy. Geothermal energy is produced by the Earth's nucleus, which is available in the form of hot water or steam. It is used to produce district heating and agricultural production. Geothermal energy is stored in soils, rocks and fluids that fill pores and crevices in the rock. Although the Earth produces huge amounts of heat, it is difficult for us to access it. Its exploitation often requires drilling at very deep depths. Hot water or steam flows through the well and some of the energy is captured on the surface in special installations.
Geothermal energy is one of the renewable energy sources and an environmentally friendly alternative to heat generation, used both individually and in industry. Its biggest advantages are
No negative impact on the environment
Geothermal heat sources, unlike fuel combustion, do not pollute the air.
Does not depend on weather conditions
This is a continuous and predictable source of heat.
Poland has great potential for the development of geothermal energy, as there are three large geothermal sedimentary basins on the country's surface. Our goal is to increase the use of geothermal energy potential not only in district heating systems and for recreational purposes, but also, for example, in greenhouses where there is a huge demand for heat.