The Power of Earth with Comfort from ClimateMaster

AWESome EarthKind is pleased to announce the launch of a clean heating public education and engagement program.

“The Power of Earth with Comfort from ClimateMaster” is providing monthly podcasts and interactive web classes on geothermal heating and cooling.

Geothermal is THE most efficient way to heat and cool your home and create hot water. Because we use the earth’s embedded heat (55F in the Northeast U.S.) – for every unit of energy (electricity) we put into the pumps and compressors, we get 4 to 5 units of heating & cooling out. 

“The Power of Earth with Comfort from ClimateMaster”

1. educates consumers on the basics of geothermal- provides information on utility cash incentives ($8k-$12k for the average New York homeowner) and other incentives

2. including a 26% federal tax credit for 2021 and 2022

3. shares interviews with homeowners who installed geothermal about their experience

4. invites local contractors to explain the process for determining whether geothermal is a good solution for your home

“The Power of Earth with Comfort from ClimateMaster” podcasts are being released on the 2nd Monday of each month. Each month will feature interviews with different utilities and homeowners.

The interactive web classes will be held on the 4th Thursday of every month at 7p.
Everyone who participates in the web class will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive a FREE assessment of a geothermal system for their home. In addition, everyone who attends will receive a discount certificate good for $500 off the purchase price of a new ClimateMaster geothermal system.  

You can listen to the podcasts on your favorite platform (iTunes, Google Podcast, Spotify, iHeart radio, etc…) or download episodes from

To Unlock The Potential For Geothermal HVAC In Your Home – register for the web class at

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