Geo-Power Hours

Thinking about going geothermal? Geothermal is a great way to reduce your energy bills, support the local economy, and help create a healthier environment!

Did you miss the Geothermal Power Hour presentations?

You can still watch a recording of our virtual Geothermal Power Hour to participate in this program! To find complementary resources to this presentation check out the virtual resource packet. Afterward, you can sign up for a free, no obligation site assessment and quote with this program’s installer, Design Air, by filling out this short form: Schedule a Site Assessment/Cost Estimate & Sign up for Program Updates.

The deadline to participate in this program is June 30th, 2021 so don’t delay. Your geothermal journey awaits!

Contact Peter Murphy, Solar Program Director at MREA with any questions

Geothermal Urbana-Champaign

Geothermal Urbana-Champaign is a public education and bulk purchasing program that makes going geothermal easier and more affordable for Champaign, Piatt, and Vermilion County home and business owners. Made possible through a strong partnership between the City of UrbanaGeothermal Alliance of Illinois, and Midwest Renewable Energy Association, Geothermal Urbana-Champaign uses several key features to lower the price of geothermal for all program participants.

Whether you adopt geothermal this year or in five years from now, we truly hope you gain a better understanding of this technology and the energy options available to you through this program.

house outline showing geothermal pipes underground in red and blue
John Freitag smiles at the camera

About the Presenter:

John Freitag, Geothermal Alliance of Illinois (GAOI) Executive Director

John is a founding member of the GAOI board and serves as executive director of the organization. He was a director for the first two years of the organization’s existence, serving as secretary-treasurer. He worked for the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives, Springfield, the statewide trade association for the Illinois electric cooperatives, for 32 years, retiring in February of 2017. He has been a strong supporter of geothermal heating and cooling technology for many years and has written numerous grants for geothermal funding from government agencies and private foundations. He is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) and graduate of the University of Wisconsin.