New England Geothermal Professional Association


With the  2018 30% Federal Tax Credit for Residential Installations

and 10% for Commercial, now is the time to switch your heating

and air conditioning systems to Geothermal.



Who We Are

NEGPA is a regional non-profit association advocating for the development of Geothermal Systems as a dependable, cost-effective, renewable resource for New England.

We are a group of individuals and companies representing all disciplines involved in the Geothermal value chain.

Architects • Developers • Distributors • Drillers • Educators • Engineers • Geothermal Providers • Government • HVAC / MEP • Manufacturers • Regulators • Students • Utilities • Geologists

We are all passionate about Geothermal Systems and their ability to make an immediate and significant reduction in energy from fossil fuels and carbon emissions.


Our Vision

To be the trusted clearinghouse for accurate, impartial, fact-based information related to Geothermal Systems in New England by providing the focal point for both the public and Geothermal professionals. Our goal is to elevate awareness and put Geothermal Systems on par with the other renewables.


Our Mission

• To educate and advocate for the advancement of Geothermal Systems in New England.
• To increase energy efficiency and reduce dependency on fossil fuel.



President - Peter Tavino                                                                                                      Treasurer - Amanda Schneck






                      Vice President – Larry Lessard







                                                                                                                        Secretary - Matt Orio


NEGPA Member Carl Orio addresses

100 ASHRAE members Sept 13, 2018.


In reply to a request to NEGPA:

Partial list of sample New England High Schools with Geothermal:


Middlesex School- MA

Camden/Rockport HS- ME

Phillips Exeter- NH

Groton School- MA

Proctor Academy- NH

Choate Rosemary- CT

The Gunnery- CT

Westborough School- MA


                 Zach Patnaude and Carl with                                   ASHRAE CT president elect Jason Orso,                           after their Geothermal presentations.

New 2018 / 2019 Geothermal program in Connecticut

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