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Geothermal Heat Pumps Can Slash Energy Use in Buildings

Geothermal heat pumps effectively address one of the biggest consumers of U.S. energy — buildings. Indeed, buildings dominate our nation’s energy use, devouring over half of our electricity and natural gas. More than 70% of average energy demand for a typical single family home is to meet heating and cooling (thermal) needs. With a geothermal heat pump, that energy use can be cut by 40% to 70%, reaping significant savings on electricity and natural gas utility bills.

Residential Energy Use is Cut in Half Using a Geothermal Heat Pump

Conventional Heating and Air Conditioning

Conventional Heating and Air Conditioning piechart

Over 70% of the energy consumed by a typical single-family detached home is used to meet thermal loads.

Geothermal Heat Pump System

Geothermal Heat Pump System Pie chart

Total residential site energy consumption is cut in half.

Geothermal Heat Pumps Can Cut Carbon Emissions From Building Energy Use by 50%

Building energy use emits 43% of total U.S. carbon emissions.

Carbon Emissions Pie Chart

Geothermal Heat Pumps cut carbon emissions from buildings.

Annual C02 Emissions from a 200sqft existing home

Energy Savings Offer Fast Payback of Installation

Though there is a higher “first cost” for Geothermal Heat Pump systems associated with excavation or drilling for installation of ground loops, energy savings can quickly make up the difference in system cost compared to installation of conventional systems. Energy savings “payback” for typical residential Geothermal Heat Pump installations compared to standard heating and air conditioning equipment is usually 4 to 7 years, and even less time than that with federal, state and utility rebates.

Geothermal Heat Pumps are Made in the USA

Geothermal Heat Pumps are manufactured right here in the United States, with American labor and parts, and that spells Jobs. From innovative manufacturing through system design, systems for residential and commercial use are distributed and installed with local labor, creating an engine for economic growth. Geothermal systems spur the creation of skilled, well-paid jobs across the nation everywhere they are installed. Thousands of jobs can be created with increased deployment of Geothermal Heat Pumps.

Geothermal Heat Pumps Can Be Deployed Everywhere

Geothermal Heat Pumps harness on-site renewable energy from the Earth and are a readily available technology that can be used everywhere. Geothermal Heat Pumps are truly a “50-State” renewable technology that provide large energy savings and complementary environmental benefits to both new building construction and retrofits for older structures.

Incentives Available to Homeowners

Utility Benefits

Many utilities in the state have incentives.

State Benefits

Summary of State Benefits

Federal Benefits

Summary of Federal Benefits from the Inflation Reduction Act

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