Palma Club benefits from renewable solution

Palma Sport & Tennis Club benefits from a renewable solution from Thermia

An iconic setting for tennis fans in Mallorca

The Palma Sport & Tennis Club, formerly Mallorca Tennis, was originally founded in 1964. It was built by the renowned architect Francesc Mitjans, a native of Barcelona who designed the iconic Camp Nou football stadium and other significant buildings in Spain.

“Thanks to Thermia’s modern and efficient geothermal energy system, the new Palma Sport & Tennis Club can entertain guests in the knowledge that they are caring for the environment and saving money”, said Miguel Madero Wage, General Director at Girod Geotermia.

Today, totally refurbished, the club offers its local and international members a range of high-quality services, varying from private tennis lessons and body-building to hot yoga, cross training, a 25-meter pool, a gym, rooms for yoga, pilates, spinning, petanque, a climbing wall, spa, relaxation area, beauty rooms, meeting rooms and a restaurant.
In 2015, the Palma Sport & Tennis Club was refurbished to accommodate the new facility. Promoter of the club’s next stage of development was Swede Mikael Landström. From the very beginning, he backed the inclusion of renewable energy facilities that would provide the latest technologies in energy efficiency. The club’s new HVAC system and hot water are fed by geothermal energy provided by Thermia ground-source heat pumps. The vertical boreholes were drilled by Muovitech turbo collectors.

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