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IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMBING UTILITY BILLS, MORE MARYLAND HOMEOWNERS ARE TURNING TO GEOTHERMAL HEAT AND AIR CONDITIONING FOR RELIEF
The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Subjects: Renewable resources; Fossil fuels; Energy efficiency; Utility rates; Geothermal power; Electric rates
Author: Siegel, Andrea F
Date: May 18, 2008
Start Page: L.1
Section: REAL ESTATE
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Skyrocketing home air-conditioning and heating costs, and notably electric rates and fossil fuels, have ignited homeowner interest in the past two years - so much that some well-drillers are finding geo-exchange projects are the mainstay of their work.

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