A developer is pursuing city financing to build an aquifer thermal energy system as an alternative to natural gas.
Both new construction and retrofits can move to net-zero greenhouse gases and save money, experts report.
Geothermal advocates argue the heating and cooling systems are a good option for homes and businesses in urban and suburban areas.
While solar has dominated much of the discussion of the Future Energy Jobs Act in Illinois, a new report highlights the job potential of a less buzzy — backers would say under-appreciated — clean energy industry.
For West Michigan developer Jeffrey Dombrowski, tying together clean energy and affordable housing is a chance to give back to residents after 20 years in the real estate business.