The Clean Underground Energy

Geothermal systems harness the power of the Earth to heat and cool buildings, demonstrating that not all energy harnessed from the ground is inefficient. Geothermal energy has become an increasingly popular source of fuel for rural areas that have limited access to other renewable energy resources like wind and solar. Several communities in the SEDA-COG region have buildings heated with geothermal systems, and many are realizing significant costs savings. 

Explore this page to learn more about how geothermal works and the potential it provides for deep energy savings.

The Geothermal Resources Council

The Geothermal Resources Council encourages worldwide development of geothermal resources, promotes research, exploration and development of geothermal energy, serves as a public forum for the world geothermal community, and cooperates with national and international academic institutions, industry and government agencies to encourage economically and environmentally sound development and utilization of geothermal resources. This site features information about upcoming geothermal workshops, webinars, and other geothermal events including the Council's annual meeting.


Geothermal Technologies Program

The Geothermal Technologies Program, an initiative of the US Department of Energy, works in partnership with U.S. industry to establish geothermal energy as an economically competitive contributor to the U.S. energy supply. This site displays current information, maps, financial investment opportunities, and links to publications that help elucidate the geothermal industry environment.


The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA)

IGSHPA is a member driven organization focusing its efforts on advancing geothermal pump technology. This site outlines the organization, offers a calendar of geothermal events and seminars, and provides information on current geothermal science and development.


Water Tower Square Geothermal Facility

Water Tower Square is a renovated factory in Williamsport, PA that has incorporated geothermal design into its renovations. This document highlights the system design components and the overall effectiveness of the system.