Earthlinked Technologies, Inc.
EarthLinked Technologies, Inc. is the manufacturer of simple, small and energy-efficient geothermal systems that provide affordable heating/cooling and water heating to enable people and businesses to lower their energy bills.
The quality of life and future of mankind depend upon clean air, clean water and the preservation of natural resources, including non-renewable energy. The earth is a closed system, a biosphere. The only resource input into the system is solar energy that reaches the earth daily. We were given only one planet to sustain us. Future generations of our families and yours are dependent upon what we pass on to them. We take that responsibility very seriously.
We recognize that our success at EarthLinked Technologies depends upon advancing cost-effective innovations that deliver high efficiency, high performance and reduce human impact upon the environment. By harvesting renewable solar energy stored in the shallow earth, ETI is providing solutions to two of the major challenges that face mankind this century—energy and the environment. Reducing fossil fuel firing and the resulting emission of greenhouse gases with the EarthLinked® system reduces the ecological impact of heating and cooling. We believe that how we keep our energy efficiency and environmental promises and what we deliver to our customers around the world creates a sustainable difference.
Located in Lakeland, Florida, EarthLinked Technologies, Inc. was established in 1980 to develop a simple and direct way of harvesting the solar energy stored in the shallow earth for heating water. The vision was driven by the fact that about 47% of solar energy is absorbed in the shallow earth. After years of research and development, the EarthLinked® system was born. The system is mechanically simple, innovative and more efficient than other systems because it directly accesses renewable energy stored in the earth. The efficiency and simplicity of the system is based on proprietary technology that combines innovative refrigerant flow controls and copper-based earth loops.
Contact: Hal Coffman
4151 S. Pipkin Rd. Lakeland, FL 33811 United States