Middleton Geothermal News
March 2, 2010 - John Turley is quoted in the this Washington Post article:
“With tax breaks, geothermal system promises deep cuts in heating, cooling costs”
International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (I.G.S.H.P.A.)
Technical Conference & Expo 2009
The nation's largest and oldest conference dedicated to the ground source heat pump industry took place October 21 & 22, 2009 in Dallas Texas. Among the attendees was Middleton Geothermal's President John Turley. Turley serves as the Chairman of the IGSHPA Advisory Council and gave the welcome and introductions to kick off this annual two day event. He had the honor of introducing the organizations Executive Director Jim Bose.
St. Vincent / St. Mary Gymnasium (October 2009)
The new St. Vincent-St. Mary Bishop Cosgrove Center built by Summit Construction Company utilizes a state of the art ground source heat pump system to heat and cool the new facility. The geothermal system, installed by Middleton Geothermal Services, LLC and the K Company will save the school at least $800,000 in operating costs over 30 years and several million over it's 50 year lifespan. Payback on the incremental cost difference between the originally designed conventional boiler/chiller system and the ecologically advanced geothermal system will be 7 to 8 years. After that the owner will actually "make" money over the 50 plus year lifespan of the geothermal system. St. V will make use of a unique leasing arrangement with Wellfin LLC, a local geothermal services company. Under this arrangement, operating cost savings will provide the funds necessary to make the lease payment with St. V owning the system outright at the end of the term.
Follow the link below to read the full article featured on Ohio.com.
"St. V-M Center Green"
Metro RTA wanted to go Green and our geothermal expertise fit right into their vision. With the use of geothermal heating and cooling in addition to solar panels there is enough energy that is generated to power over 100 Akron homes. After a decade of planning Metro finally made a dream become reality and we were able to help! Being "Green" is contagious!
Follow the links below to read the full articles featured on Ohio.com.
"New Akron Transit Center Unveiled"
"Transit center gets ready to roll"
Metro Park has been named "Greenest" in Ohio!
The platinum LEED certification that the ranger/resource management building has is the greenest Ohio has seen according to the U.S. Green Building Council. The solar and geothermal components the structure has are designed to work together to lower the use of non-renewable energy sources and to limit the waste of water.
Use the links below to read the News Releases that are on summitmetroparks.org.
"Metro Parks Building named Greenest in state"
"Inside Metro Parks-Green Building"