Something well established, but smartly re-engineered, has quietly entered into the Capital District home energy market.
Find out what this exciting development is by attending an Open House featuring a pioneering geothermal heating and cooling system. This Open House showcases a modernized energy system and will point out new features and benefits during the house tour.
This free public event will be hosted by the environmentally-minded homeowners Becky Meier and Bob Connors at 1409 County Rte 5 Canaan, NY on Saturday, May 19 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
They are the co-founders of Community Advocates for Sustainable Energy.
Discover what an innovative firm called Dandelion Energy is modeling. Dandelion will also release its incredible 2018 geothermal financial package at this event and attendees can learn if their home qualifies for it.
Dandelion currently serves homes with (hot air) vents. There will be technical staff present to answer operational questions too.
The Capital District was the US test market site for Dandelion during recent months. The host’s home was the very first such installation in the United States that featured Dandelion Energy’s new geothermal energy program. Their system was installed by Aztech Geothermal of Ballston Spa, NY in September 2017.
Dandelion Energy is a Google Alphabet X spin-off that has received millions of dollars in investor capital and Dandelion has created technological and installation breakthroughs that tap into a homeowner’s desire for environmental stewardship while realizing substantial cost reductions.
Some of the geothermal heating and cooling benefits are:
- Significant savings that pay for the investment over time by switching from oil or propane energy.
- Freedom from: price fluctuations, deliveries, leakage smells.
- Reduction carbon dioxide* and elimination carbon monoxide.
- Steady airflow, quietude and peace of mind.
- A huge step towards powering one’s home with 100% clean energy!
Please RSVP by May 14 to help the hosts plan for food and drinks under a tent. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
This is a “rain or shine” event!
If you forget to RSVP, feel free to stop by anyway.