Where ever you live in New York State, your utility has an incentive program to help you reduce your heating, cooling and hot water costs.
Whether you have a single family home, or a multifamily, small business, or commercial building – New York’s Clean Heat Programs can provide incentives to help you make your clean energy transition.
And – if you go to Geothermal, you’ll also qualify for a 26% federal tax credit!
ConEdison just DOUBLED their geothermal incentives – from $12,000 for the average home to $24,000! And, if you live in a gas constrained area – that goes to $31,200!
Here are links to 3 podcasts about New York utility incentives
Central Hudson: https://awesomeearthkind.com/podcasts/marksclafani/
National Grid: https://awesomeearthkind.com/podcasts/jennifercross/
Enjoy, and Cheers!
~ Ron Kamen
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For billions of years, the earth has been absorbing nearly half the energy coming from the sun. Geothermal heating and cooling transfers that energy from the ground underneath our feet into our buildings.
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