Solar Energy Rochester NY, Solar Power

Combat rising energy costs and address environmental concerns with a custom-designed solar energy array from Geotherm HVAC, headquartered in Rochester, NY.

  • Reduced fossil fuel consumption & carbon emissions
  • Lower monthly electricity costs
  • Energy independence
  • Long-lasting performance
  • Increased home value
  • Federal & state tax credits/rebates

How Does It Work?

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems utilize the energy transmitted by the sun to produce electricity:

  1. Silicon crystals are embedded into solar panels.
  2. Sunlight “excites” the crystals, causing them to produce DC power.
  3. An inverter coverts the power to AC current and sends it to the main electrical supply.

At Geotherm, we use only monocrystalline silicon solar cells. Find out why »

Electric Systems

Financial Impact

While the sustainability aspects of solar are usually a key motivator, it’s the financial benefits that typically enable the investment. Fiscal considerations include:

  • Out-of-pocket contribution required
  • Available state and federal tax credits or rebates
  • Loan & financing options
  • Payback period
  • Return on investment

Read more about how cost-effective solar installations can be »

Testimonial“What a clean and professional job your crew did this week. Thank you very much. My builder also had nothing but compliments. Again, nice job!!!”

Andrew – Conesus, New York Hear from other Customers >

Environmental Impact

Many people choose solar because of its positive impact on the environment, which is why we supply a detailed summary of the expected environmental benefits with every quote we create.

For a typical suburban home in Rochester, NY, the switch to solar energy could result in the following environmental equivalents:

  • Pounds of coal not burned: 135,984
  • Miles not driven by an average passenger vehicle: 301,432
  • Pounds of waste not sent to the landfill: 90,745
  • Tree seedlings grown for 10 years: 3,246

Source: https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator

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