Connecticut Geothermal Association
February 12th the regular monthly meeting is set for The Venetian Restaurant, 52 E. Main St. Torrington, CT. 6:30-9:00
A kick-off of the geothermal heat pump installation project for the Northwest Connecticut Habitat for Humanity home project will precede the dinner. This ground breaking ceremony will be held at 4:00 PM at the Habitat for Humanity house, at 9 New High St., North Canaan, CT.
CTGEO is proud to be a partner in the Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut's newest partner home. CTGEO's members are donating materials, equipment, and labor to install a geothermal system in Habitat's newest home.
The purpose of the Connecticut Geothermal Association is to promote and enhance ground source heating and cooling systems for new and existing buildings throughout the Constitution State.
Our mission is to develop the ground source (also known as geothermal) industry.