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New York Geothermal Conference Filling Fast

Things are filling up fast at NY-GEO 2018. There are only:

2 booths and*

1 table left in the exhibit area*

1 Prime Sponsorhip, and

Limited ad opportunities in the Program Book

If you’re thinking about snapping up any of these opportunities, we urge you to act quickly. *Amazing but true – NYSERDA may be […]

NY-GEO 2018 – 30% Tax Credit Returns & Early Discount Ends Thursday

NY-GEO 2018

10% Early Discount ends this Thursday*

30% federal tax credit reinvigorates industry*

Top Job competition registration is now open*

The Premier North East

Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference

Join us for the fourth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & […]

NY-GEO 2018 – Early registration has been extended to February 15th!

NY-GEO 2018 The Premier North East Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference

Are you a professional in need of continuing education credits? Do you need Accredited Installer certification from IGSHPA in order to access NYSERDA rebates for your company’s customers?

NY-GEO 2018 provides 5 AIA, PDH, BPI or LEED (self […]

NY-GEO 2018 – 10% off on early registration until 2/15

NY-GEO 2018 The Premier North East Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference Join us for the fourth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference at the Radisson in Albany, New York on April 18 & 19! NY-GEO 2018 is the premier northeast renewable heating and cooling conference. This year’s event will feature leading designers and […]

Local Western New York businesses join forces to provide affordable Geothermal Heating and Cooling options for all homeowners

BUFFALO, NY – January 9, 2018 – ACES Energy, Buffalo Geothermal, Dailey Electric, GeoTherm, Van Hee Mechanical, Phoenix Energy Supply, Waterfurnace and Earth Sensitive Solutions have teamed up to make Geothermal energy heating and cooling available to every homeowner in Western New York. Together these businesses have created a revolutionary concept; GroundUp: Geothermal Alliance of […]

First-of-its-kind Deal Sets Precedent for Village-Wide Renewable Heat Deployment

December 13, 2017, Rhinebeck, NY – Last night, at the Village of Rhinebeck Council meeting, Mayor Gary Bassett announced his intention to give Right-of-Way to Dandelion Energy, the geothermal heating and cooling company started at Alphabet’s research and development lab, “X.” This first-of-its-kind initiative was met with unanimous support from the Village of Rhinebeck Board […]

New Yorkers Rally for Renewable Heat on December 6 in Albany

Campaign calls for swift transition off oil and gas and for state to ramp up investment in heat pumps to reach climate goals

WHO: Speakers include Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy (D-Albany), geothermal expert Jay Egg, geothermal installer John Ciovacco to discuss jobs, Irene Weiser of Fossil Free Tompkins on anticipated fuel rate hikes. Organized […]

Canaan, NY residents Hosting Geothermal Virtual Tour December 6th

Residence of Meier and Connors will showcase their geothermal installation.

Becky Meier and Bob Connors will be giving a virtual tour of their house in Canaan, NY on Wednesday, December 6 from 7- 8 PM. They will be doing this “live” via Facebook.

The purpose is to introduce the community to their new […]

Geothermal News: Dandelion Energy Announces its First Installer Partner

September 7, 2017, Upstate New York – Today, Dandelion, a geothermal startup that recently graduated X, the research and development lab at Google’s parent company, announces the selection of its first installation partner, Aztech Geothermal. The companies will complete all of Dandelion’s 2017 installations.

Dandelion is making geothermal heating and cooling affordable by introducing a […]

Help to Promote a Federal Geothermal Tax Credit

There is an opening to restore the federal 30% geothermal tax credit and it is important that to contact our senators and congressional delegation for their support. This credit is key to our efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by replacing the burning of fossil fuels to heat our buildings. On the Senate side, Tom […]