Clean Energy Grant
for Geothermal Heating and Cooling
Maryland Geothermal Grant by MEA
To help Maryland homeowners invest in clean energy, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) provides grants for solar photovoltaic systems, solar water heating, geothermal heating & cooling, and wind turbine systems at incentive levels.
- Property must be a primary Maryland residence.
- Multiple projects on contiguous of property will be considered one project.
- A project shall receive no more than one grant.
- MEA cannot offer grants to a property held in a trust
- Applications have to be submitted to MEA within 12 months of installation
Visit these website for more information on the grant requirements and process:
Chesapeake Geosystems, located in Baltimore, MD has the manpower and the equipment to go where the work is. The company owns its own fleet of drill rigs and excavation equipment, and its drillers are licensed in 15 different states. From a residential geothermal job in Severna Park, MD to a university complex in Princeton, NJ – Chesapeake Geosystems works with a diverse range of clients. The company has the ability to adequately cover multiple jobs at once, and can complete jobs under tight time schedules. In fact, the company has a track record of successfully completing jobs on time schedules that would be unreasonable for most competitors.
Chesapeake Geosystems’s attention to client service is another distinguishing factor of the firm, and is unparalleled in the industry. Every client gets an onsite team that is led by a superintendent. They are on-site from start to finish and can communicate with the client onsite about issues, solving them quickly.
Chesapeake Geosystems is a geothermal installer that serves all of Maryland, including but not limited to Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City and County, Carroll County, Eastern Shore of Maryland, Frederick County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Northern Virginia, Prince George County, Southeast Pennsylvania, Southern Maryland, Western Maryland & Washington, D.C.
To learn more about Geothermal and geothermal contractors, visit our How Geothermal Works page that will explain how Geothermal works and will show you the benefits of geothermal energy and what it can do for your energy needs.