Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Nevada

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Nevada

Some people call Nevada the ‘Desert of Sun and Sin’, but most residents are more concerned about the sun than they are the sin. A Nevada summer can bring merciless heat, the only respite being modern air conditioning, which, of course, brings with it an equally merciless summer energy bill. With a geothermal heat pump, there’s no longer any reason for Nevada homeowners to overpay to stay cool in the desert. Geothermal heat pumps are more energy efficient than similarly sized air conditioners, but a geothermal heat pump can also...

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Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Idaho

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Idaho

The potato isn’t the only thing Idaho has going for it. Thanks to a variety of Federal, state and local incentives, Idaho homeowners can also save a lot of money when they invest in a geothermal heat pump system. Geothermal heat pumps work as well or better than traditional HVAC systems, but they do some things an air conditioner and furnace can’t. A geothermal heat pump operates at over 100% efficiency, reduces emissions, and typically saves the homeowner money on their energy bill. And, as previously mentioned, Idaho homeowners...

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Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Utah

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Utah

No matter where in the state you live, a geothermal heat pump will save the typical Utah homeowner money on their yearly heating and cooling bill. Unlike traditional HVAC systems, a geothermal heat pump does not lose efficiency due to fluctuating exterior temperatures. Geothermal heat pumps use a subsurface system that acts as a heat sink in summer and a heat source in winter. This even environment allows them to deliver real savings to homeowners in any season, reduce household carbon emissions, and provide air comfort as effectively...

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Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Arizona

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: Arizona

The modern air conditioner really got its start when arid, hot states like Arizona experienced a population boom after World War II. Today, thanks to the intense heat, it’s unusual to find a home in Arizona without a cooling system of some kind, but an increasing number of Arizona homes are turning to geothermal heat pumps for their air comfort needs. Geothermal heat pumps can heat and cool, require less energy to operate than an air conditioner, and reduce carbon emissions. Arizona residents have added incentive, since they can get...

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Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: New Mexico

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: New Mexico

Most New Mexico homeowners don’t worry a lot about making it through winter, but summer cooling can be a major expense. That’s why more and more New Mexican homeowners are turning to geothermal heat pumps as a reliable alternative to traditional air conditioning solutions. Geothermal heat pumps use stable subsurface temperatures to deliver even cooling all summer long. They can even reverse cycle to produce all the heating you’ll need even if you won’t need it for very long. Geothermal heat pumps also qualify many New Mexican...

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Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: D.C.

Maximizing Geothermal Incentives: D.C.

District of Columbia residents can take advantage of a number of incentive programs when it comes to saving on geothermal heat pump purchase and installation. For some projects, PACE financing may be available, but every geothermal heat pump system should be eligible for the Renewable Energy Incentive Program (REIP). REIP is a District Department of the Environment (DDOE) initiative that will pay out rebate dollars to residents who invest in renewable energy technologies like geothermal heat pump HVAC systems. It’s a great way for...

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