According to the Wall Street Journal, there is a five-story town house that stands in TriBeCa, a few blocks north of the World Trade Center site, that uses geothermal energy system to provide heating, cooling and hot water. Pipes extend about 1,400 feet into the earth, where the temperature is always about 52 degrees. The pipes transfer energy to the house, where two-layer-thick concrete exterior walls, filled with thermal materials, trap the energy and distribute it.
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