Commercial Clean
Heating & Cooling

Heating & Cooling Solutions of the Future

Commercial Clean Heating & Cooling brings new technologies, multitude of benefits, community health and resiliency  and economic opportunity.

With a proposed Westchester County multi-family new construction of 50,000+ new housing units, air source heat pumps and geothermal solutions and the resulting electrification represents a positive solution for gas constrained areas. The economic impact is in excess of $10+ billion dollars.

NYSERDA has selected our team to connect property developers and building owners with free evaluation tools and the hundreds of millions of dollars of Con Edison incentives available for choosing clean heating and cooling.  Get the ball rolling today, email Rachel Carpitella,

Innovative Technology

The evolution of this technology has opened the opportunity for a broad cross section of projects to include new construction and retrofits. Benefits across the spectrum are realized for builders/developers, residents and municipalities alike.

Commercial Clean Heating & Cooling Case Studies


A Winning Strategy

Commercial Clean Heating and Cooling provides opportunity for a wide cross section of projects, whether the project is a retrofit for a landmark building or a multi-unit apartment building or a school building, that provides cost savings, preservation of architecture and an environmental benefit.

  • No Burning of Fossil Fuels
  • Non-Pipeline Solution
  • Reduce Construction & Other Capital Costs
  • Reduce Maintenance Costs
  • Save Space in Buildings
  • Improve Occupant Comfort
  • Improve Indoor Air Quality
  • Pursue Green Building Certifications


Clean Heating & Cooling
Resources for Municipalities &

  • Rachel Carpitella, Director of Commercial Clean Heating and Cooling, is available to guide you through evaluation tools, eligibility, state/utility/federal incentives, and connect you with vetted technical experts. Email
  • Con Edison is tripling its investment in energy efficiency with 1.5 billion dollars by 2025. Install heat pumps in your new or existing building and you may qualify for a rebate of $150 per MMBtu of energy savings, read more on the utility’s website.

“Conversations in Clean Energy”
Podcast Series Episodes:
Commercial Clean
Heating & Cooling.

Sustainable Westchester is set to premiere an ongoing series of podcasts and webinars to add to your rotation of favorites. The topics will be presented by experts in their fields who will share information and thought provoking subject matter such as: resiliency in LMI communities, NYS Stretch Codes and national models, updates on project siting, incentives and rebates, retrofit case studies and so much more.

Commercial Clean Heating & Cooling podcasts will be produced in collaboration with NYSERDA.


For more information, to be a guest or for sponsorship opportunities, contact Rachel Carpitella at