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How exactly does home geothermal work? Dandelion Energy explains how their home geothermal system which includes a ground source heat pump, works.
“I truly believe the planet is in trouble and I want to do as much as I can–even though it’s just a drop in the bucket–to devoting my life in some sense to make sure our planet survives.”
Today, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve acquired Geo-Connections, and have invited Ryan Carda and Doug Carruthers to join our team.
Becky Meier and Bob Connors sat down with Dandelion last week to show off their new system and talk about their experience so far.
For the family, installing renewable heating and air conditioning represents the last piece of the puzzle toward achieving energy independence.
“Climate’s really important, and we’re not going to get any action at the federal level now, so everyone who cares about this has to do more themselves.”
New York ranks #1 in auto energy efficiency, and #4 in home energy efficiency, according to a recent analysis of federal data by WalletHub.
Dandelion will likely save the family thousands of dollars over the life of the system.
Salisbury had a laundry list of other practical reasons for replacing his home’s conventional heating and air conditioning system.
Paul and Joanne Coons had a vision of not only restoring the house to perfect condition, but making it one of the most energy efficient homes in America.
Geothermal expert Jay Egg this week kicked off his three-month tour of New York state with a packed, hourlong Q&A session in New Paltz.
Just two months ago, Dandelion launched with the goal of offering all homeowners the ability to get geothermal heating and cooling systems. Today, we’re proud to announce the launch of the “The Drill Down,” […]
Dandelion will offer geothermal heating and cooling systems to homeowners, starting in the northeastern United States.
Heat pumps use a small amount of electricity to transfer heat from one place to another. If you’ve ever used a freezer, you’ve seen a heat pump in action.
Savings from solar won’t help you reduce your monthly heating and cooling bills, unless you’re running an entirely electric HVAC system.
Geothermal and solar are highly compatible, and homeowners who want to dramatically reduce their carbon footprint (and energy bills) should install both.
The glittering Nordic nation of Sweden is home to some of the world’s most enthusiastic adopters of residential geothermal technology.
Dandelion, using a new geothermal installation process developed at X, can convert homeowners away from oil or gas heat and offer them substantial savings.
Adding on a zero-down financing package, Dandelion can now offer homeowners the ability to pay nothing upfront and save significant amounts of money on heating and cooling by switching to geothermal.