The ground under our feet maintains a nearly constant temperature between 50 and 60 degree year-round. Large bodies of water, such as oceans or lakes, also tend to keep a fairly even temperature year round. Geothermal heating and cooling systems – also called ground-source heat pumps – provide all-season comfort by tapping the energy that is naturally stored in the earth. This energy isn't just renewable: it is constant.
Learn more about geothermal energy and available incentives at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's website.
For more information
For more information contact Meghan Shaw from the Cambridge Energy Alliance at 617/349-5323 or email@example.com.