On my drawings, you will notice a structure. The structure has both liquid and electric solar panels on it or around it.
The liquid is heated by the solar rays of the sun. Alternatively, it is sent to a storage system.
The electricity from the electric panels is stored or converted for use in the structure.
You have a
recycled air storage system in the ground (I would recommend
This should cool or heat your airflow according to the normal temperatures of the earth.
I estimate the ground temperature to be 67 – 70 degrees.
<>What this means is
you are starting with airflow of 67-70 degrees then you might
have to use additional heating to boost the air temperature to
80 as an example.
In the summer for cooling the structure
If you are starting with airflow of 67-70 degrees then these temperatures should be acceptable as your common AC temperatures as an example.
In order to heat the air flow up you could use the fluid that was warmed by the sun to raise the temperatures.
Alternatively, you can use an electric heater that was generated by your solar panels.
This should be a perfect thermal-solar system that could be attached to most structures.
We have developed a well type system if an existing homeowner would like to incorporate the idea.
Solar thermal Air Well System