Replacing existing heating & cooling equipment with geothermal systems harvesting underground energy
- 5x in customers every year since inception.
- Achieve the following reductions in emissions when switching to geothermal: ~80% from Fuel Oil, ~65% from Propane, and ~60% from Natural Gas.
- Originally conceived at [Google] X, Dandelion is now an independent company, with strong leadership from X and SolarCity.
March 17, 2021
This Google X spin-off backed by Bill Gates is offering a pathway to heat and cool your home with clean energy
Kathy Hannun wants to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by making geothermal heat pumps mainstream.Read on CNBC »
January 5, 2023
#7. Dandelion Energy: $70MM Series B. Dandelion Energy has now raised a total of $134.5MRead on AlleyWatch »
November 15, 2022
Dandelion Energy, which sells and installs geothermal heat pumps, has raised $70 million in a new funding round.Read on Bloomberg.com »
May 24, 2021
Geothermal energy shows exciting potential to be integrated into the global electricity supply as a dominant source of renewable power. At Unreasonable, we ...Read on Impact Alpha »
February 17, 2021
There’s a low energy solution to home heating and cooling sitting right underneath most houses, but until recently no one has been able to tap it. That solution is geothermal energy, using the...Read on TechCrunch »
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