Renewable Energy In Massachusetts
Everyone knows home heating costs have become a big concern. Our culture will begin to change, maybe today for some, perhaps tomorrow for others. While I have never studied sociology, it’s noteworthy seeing the stories in the news about people struggling to pay the fuel bills for their large, rather new homes while still driving expensive vehicles and keeping a high standard of living. Some people are bucking the status quo and investing in the not-so-new fad called renewable energy.
Renewable Energy is a phrase used to identify means of gathering energy from non-fossil fueled methods, such as solar (for domestic water/space heating and photovoltaic for electricity generation), geothermal (ground source and water source), and other forms of power that’s more suitable towards community or municipalities like wind power and hydro-power. Other technologies are on the horizon but their practicality is many years away from hydrogen fuel cell technology.
It will be decades before we see the end of fossil fuel heating appliances. Homes in New England traditionally are heated with oil, natural gas, propane gas (liquid petroleum). And, now with Masssave’s robust rebate programs, electrification. We’re happy to offer Bryant’s and Mitsubishi’s Air to Air heat Pumps and Water Furnace’s geothermal heating and cooling systems in our service line-up.