Geothermal HVAC systems can be used in both large commercial buildings and small residential homes. The only difference is the size of the ground loops that must be buried. Nydalen Business Park in Norway, for example, benefits from geothermal heating and cooling. Akershus University Hospital also generates 8 MW of cooling and 28 MW of heating. Geothermal HVAC is also used in the country's national stadium and airport. The airport investment is expected to pay for itself in under two years. Heating and cooling methods, hot water supply, and air conditioning can all be provided by a geothermal system HVAC plan for your home. The energy source is both free and renewable.