Millions of US citizens still rely on either natural gas or oil to heat their homes, but Dandelion is hoping to change that by offering affordable geothermal heating solutions. While not as flashy as electric cars and sea-water cooled data centers, the work implementation of geothermal heating could arguably be the most impactful for the environment. This comes at a rather steep cost though as traditional geothermic systems cost anywhere from $10,000 and $40,000 to install.
This is where Dandelion comes in, thanks to its newly developed Dandelion Air geothermal heat pump, the start-up is able to offer installations at a fraction of the cost of traditional systems. The geothermal heating pump also features state-of-the-art monitoring and controls to ensure ease of use and diagnosis of problems before they become critical.