What is geothermal?

Heat and cool with dirt, not oil. Yes, Dirt. The ground beneath your feet is being used by millions to heat and air condition their homes. Geothermal heating and cooling is 4 times as efficient, costs less to operate, and can be a smart investment.

The New England Geothermal Professional Association's purpose is promoting Ground Source Heating and Cooling in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut

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To join us in our goal of passing legislation that advances geothermal adoption throughout New England please become a member.

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Geothermal Explained

Geothermal Works All Year Round. Day & Night.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling is often referred to as Geoexchange, Geothermal, or Ground Source Heating and Cooling. … more
The Under Ground Loop Field
A geothermal heat pump system consists of two primary components, a heat pump and a loop field… more
Sizing a Residential System
Geothermal heat pumps vary in size from home to home. There are a number of factors that … more
Federal Tax Credits This Year
The new law extends the credits for GHP installations through 2023… more
Environmental Impact
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called ground source… more


NEGPA is a regional non-profit association advocating for the development of Geothermal Systems as a dependable, cost-effective, renewable resource for New England.

We are a group of individuals and companies representing all disciplines involved in the Geothermal value chain.

We are all passionate about Geothermal HVAC systems and their ability to provide a significant and permanent reduction in GHG and carbon emissions

Our Vision

To be the trusted clearinghouse for accurate, impartial, fact-based information related to Geothermal Systems in New England by providing the focal point for both the public and for Geothermal professionals.

Our goal is to elevate awareness and put Geothermal Systems on par with the other renewables.

Our Mission

• To educate and advocate for the advancement of Geothermal Systems in New England.
• To increase energy efficiency and eliminate dependency on fossil fuel.
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