Julian Spector of Canary Media reports on Dandelion Energy’s latest funding round.
- Dandelion Energy heats and cools houses cleanly with slimmed down geothermal drilling in yards.
- While the upfront costs for Dandelion’s geothermal system are more expensive than traditional heat pumps, it pays itself off within seven years through reduced energy costs.
- Since spinning out of Google in 2017, Dandelion has received over $100 million in funding and expanded its operations in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.
“By drilling hundreds of feet into the ground, Dandelion taps a secure reservoir of heat in the winter, and in the summer, the pump removes heat from the house to cool it.”
Read the full article here.