Dedicated to the Promotion of Efficient Ground Source Energy in Connecticut Buildings
Welcome to the Connecticut Geothermal Association
The purpose of the Connecticut Geothermal Association is to promote and enhance ground source heating and cooling systems for new and existing buildings throughout the Constitution State.
Our mission is to develop the ground source (also known as geothermal) industry.
If you are work in the geothermal heating & cooling industry in Connecticut, we invite you to visit and/or join our group.
What is Geothermal Heating & Cooling?
Geothermal systems use technology known as ground source heat pumps to make the transfer of hot and cool air more efficient.
Because the system works with the relatively constant temperature of the earth, instead of the variable temperatures above ground, geothermal heating and cooling systems use 40-60% less energy than conventional systems.
Watch the quick video on the left to get a clearer understanding of how geothermal heating & cooling systems function.
Why use Geothermal Heating & Cooling?
- Homeowners receive superior energy ratings
- Deliver comfortable air year-round, regardless of the temperature outdoors
- Low operating costs
- Energy efficient
- Environmentally friendly
- Requires lower maintenance than traditional heating/cooling systems
- Quiet and compact, typically installed in basement or attic
Who is Geothermal Heating & Cooling For?
A geothermal heating/cooling system can be a smart solution for:
- Homeowners with a new construction or renovation project
- Commercial properties seeking a more efficient way to operate their building
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Serving Homeowners, architects, planners, developers.
We offer a searchable directory to help you easily find the appropriate geothermal professionals for your project.
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