Aztech’s John Ciovacco Featured in Albany Times Union Article

“The Climate Action Council, charged with figuring out how to achieve the goals of the ambitious Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA), released a plan earlier this month for getting New York off fossil fuels. The council recommends the adoption of state codes prohibiting propane, gas and oil equipment from being installed in new single-family homes and low-rise residential buildings beginning in 2024, and adopting zero-emission standards that prohibit the replacement of this equipment in existing homes beginning in 2030.  The council recommends replacing such systems with heat pumps, which use the same technology as air conditioners to take thermal energy from outside and compress and transfer it indoors to heat homes….Instead of using thermal energy from the outside air to heat homes like air-source heat pumps, ground source pumps use a system of liquid-filled pipes to move thermal energy from the ground into homes.”  Full article here.