The Water Energy - NortheastGeo Story
In continuous operation since 1978, Water Energy Distributors, Inc. has designed and equipped over 14,000 geo systems. In fact, Water Energy is the largest and oldest distributor of geothermal HVAC equipment and related design in the northeast. We currently partner with over 1,000 installers, architects, engineers and other professionals throughout New England and nearby New York State.
At Water Energy our mission is to design and provide systems that yield maximum operational efficiency for the lowest install cost.
The family business is led by owner Christina Orio and her father CEO, Carl Orio, CGD - a charter member of the Geoexchange Consortium (now called “Geo”) and former board member of the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association. Carl is recognized as one of the true “pioneers” in the groundsource heat pump industry!
Water Energy employs three fulltime AEE/IGSHPA Certified Geoexchange Designers (CGD), three graduate engineers and thirteen IGSHPA Accredited professionals among our current staff. We stand ready to introduce any homeowner, HVAC installer, builder and/or regulatory agency to the benefits, responsible installation and use of Geothermal HVAC systems.
Water Energy proudly distributes only top-quality ClimateMaster and Hydron Module geothermal systems.
We can also help you to update your existing system by properly sizing replacement and/or repair items for Crispaire™, E-Tech, Friedrich™, TempMaster™, Solargy™, WESCorp™ and virtually any other legacy geothermal equipment.
At Water Energy, we understand that knowledge is power and so we provide periodic training programs and workshops for engineers, architects, dealers, installing contractors, builders and homeowners. Through our various courses and presentations, we work to ensure that your geothermal project receives comprehensive installation support and competent service for the life of your geothermal investment. At Water Energy, we consider a sale as the start of our relationship with our customer, not the end.