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Aztech Joins Other Advocates to Urge Cuomo to Sign Geothermal Tax Credit Bill

John Ciovacco was one of the featured speakers representing the  GHP design & install industry at a press event on Nov. 22, 2016.

John Ciovacco was one of the featured speakers representing the
GHP design & install industry at a press event on Nov. 22, 2016.

ALBANY, NY – On Tuesday, a team from Aztech Geothermal participated in a press conference held outside of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office in support of the NYS geothermal tax credit bill that is awaiting his signature.

Thank you to everyone who supported the effort with a special thanks to today’s participants including New Yorkers for Clean Power,  Aaron Mair, President of the Sierra Club, Assemblyman Peter Lopez, Elected Officials to Protect New York, Paul and Joanne Coons with a geothermal system in their home and Bill Nowak, Executive Director of New York Geothermal Energy Organization.

Not only does Geothermal help combat climate change but as Aaron Mair, President of the Sierra Club mentioned, “The most critical aspect of this industry is providing jobs…this bill puts New Yorkers to work.”

One of Aztech Geothermal’s staff photographers, Desiree Vozna, took a great set of photos from the event: click here. Also helping out at the event from Aztech was Chris Winckler and Max Ciovacco.

 
Joanne Coons, one of Aztech's customers speaks at the press event while other look on (left to right) Aaron Mair, President of the Sierra Club, Betta Broad from New Yorkers for Clean Power, John Ciovacco from Aztech, Andra Leimanis with AGREE and Max Ciovacco with Aztech.

Joanne Coons, one of Aztech’s customers, speaks at the press event while other look on (left to right) Aaron Mair, President of the Sierra Club, Betta Broad from New Yorkers for Clean Power, John Ciovacco from Aztech, Andra Leimanis with AGREE and Max Ciovacco with Aztech.

Bill Nowak, Executive Director of NY-GEO speaks to the press in Albany.

Bill Nowak, Executive Director of NY-GEO speaks to the press in Albany.