If you see wikipedia here:
They have a nice summary of the answer I think you are looking for:
The flow of heat from Earth's interior to the surface is estimated at 47 terawatts and comes from two main sources, the radiogenic heat produced by the radioactive decay of isotopes in the mantle and crust and the primordial heat left over from the formation of the Earth. Earth's internal heat powers most geological processes and drives plate tectonics. Despite its geological significance, this heat energy coming from Earth's interior is actually only 0.03% of Earth's total energy budget at the surface, which is dominated by 173,000 TW of incoming solar radiation.
You can divide by the surface area of the Earth to get your rate per square meter.