Geothermal Heat and Cooling Installation

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Naturally Heating and CooLing from the Earth

Installing geothermal in your home or business

The weather in Connecticut (CT) is typical of the New England climate: Don’t like the forecast for today, well check out the prediction for tomorrow! The average temperatures in the winter can be a blustery 28 degrees, but then skyrocket up into the 90s in July! But hidden below the surface of the Earth is a valuable source of renewable energy that allows your home to maintain an average temperature of whatever you want it to be! Because the Earth absorbs the warming rays of sunshine all year long, the temperature below ground stays consistent. The ability to tap into this source of consistent temperature is the basis for geothermal heat and cooling technology.

Benefits of Geothermal

  • Lowest Energy Consumption
  • Reduces CO2 Emissions
  • Highest Level of Reliability
  • Requires the Least Amount of Equipment
  • No Combustion
  • No Chimney or Venting Required
  • Quietest Operation
  • Outlasts Traditional Systems as much as 2 to 1
  • Lowest Maintenance Cost
  • Highest Comfort Level

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How Geothermal Heat Works

During those cold winter months, a geothermal system takes the heat from the Earth and distributes this heat to your home through a warm-air ductwork system. There are also applications available that distribute the heat through a radiant floor heating system. Hot water for all your household needs can also be produced through a geothermal system.


How Geothermal Cooling Works

For those hot and humid summer months, a geothermal system reverses the process, sending the heat back to the Earth and returning cool, dry air to your home. The heat that is taken from your home can also be used to produce your home’s hot water supply.

What does geothermal heat pump installation cost?

To replace a traditional Heating and Cooling System with an Energy Efficient Geothermal Heating and Cooling System in a 2,000 square foot home, consider the following economics:

Typical Installation Equipment and Supplies:

  • 3 ton Geothermal Heat Pump Unit
  • Auxiliary Heater
  • Flow Center Pump Station
  • Hot Water Storage Tank
  • Thermostat
  • Air Duct Connections
  • Piping
  • Electrical Wiring
Installation Labor $10,000
Geo Ground Loop $12,000
TOTAL COST $42,000
Available Incentives
Utility Company Geothermal Rebate
*Note: this is $1,500 per ton, $15,000 max
30% Federal Tax Credit Incentive (expires 12/31/2032) ($11,250)

Return on Investment (ROI) with a New Geothermal System

Net Additional Cost for Energy Efficient Geothermal Heating and Cooling System $8,250
Annual Estimated Energy Savings with an Energy Efficient Geothermal System ($2,000)

Comparison To Traditional Systems

Nominalization of Heating Costs
Inputs and Analysis
132,000 Btu/Gallon Flame Conversion Efficiency = 90%
$4.00 per Gallon Heat Exchanger & Stack Efficiency = 85%
Electric Parasitic Efficiency = 93%
Total Efficiency = 71%
Btu/Gallon Delivered for Heating: 93,911
Cost Per Million Btu = $42.59
100,000 Btu/CCF Flame Conversion Efficiency = 90%
$2.10 per CCF Heat Exchanger & Stack Efficiency = 88%
Electric Parasitic Efficiency = 95%
Total Efficiency = 75%
Btu/CCF Delivered for Heating: 75,240
Cost Per Million Btu = $27.91
95,000 Btu/CCF Flame Conversion Efficiency = 85%
$2.50 per CCF Heat Exchanger & Stack Efficiency = 85%
Electric Parasitic Efficiency = 95%
Total Efficiency = 69%
Btu/Gallon Delivered for Heating: 65,206
Cost Per Million Btu = $38.34
Btu/kWh = 3,413 Efficiency = 0.99
$0.2007 per Kilo Watt (kW)
Cost Per Million Btu = $58.80
Comparative Cost Table
The heating cost of these fuel sources required to meet the efficiency of a Geothermal Heat Pump with an efficiency of 4.2 COP
Oil would have to cost $1.31 per gallon
would have to cost $1.05 per CCF
Propane would have to cost $0.91 per gallon
would have to cost $0.0478 per kWh

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