About us

Matt Davis
Matt is a co-founder of GES and is a hydrogeologist by training, holding a Ph.D. in Hydrology from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.  Matt is currently on the UNH faculty and actively involved in research related to Ground Source Hat Pump systems. Matt is a member of the Steering Committee of the Renewable Thermal Alliance and is actively involved with state agencies implementing thermal REC programs. He has served as a member of the ASTM Heat Metering committee and the NEGPA Board of Directors. Matt is registered with the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission as an Independent Monitor for geothermal systems.
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Robert Sullivan
Robert is President and CEO and overseeing DOE STTR award.  Rob has over 20 years experience as project manager and worked in the financial, real-estate development, and energy sectors.
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Michael Behrmann
Mike is Vice President for Development overseeing efforts to commercialize GES’ technology. Mike has over a decade of experience in the renewable energy sector. He co-founded Revolution Energy that focuses of developing financial solutions for solar energy systems. Mike is also currently the Director the New Hampshire Clean Tech Council.
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Tom Clancy
Tom Clancy is GES’ lead web developer and has been has been building web sites professionally since 2000. Tom holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Rochester, and has been involved nearly every aspect of web development, writing HTML, researching search engine optimization options, improving accessibility, building applications and ensuring the usability of it all.
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Max Miller
Max Miller is GES’ lead programmer and has extensive experience in data analysis and web development. Max is currently majoring in Physics at UNH and has led the development of two start-ups.
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Ruth Davis
Ruth is a hydrogeologist by training, holding a B.A. in Geology from Middlebury College and a M.S. in Hydrology from New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology.  Ruth is co-founder of Ground Energy Support and has experience in project management at environmental consulting firms.
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Scott Righini
Scott Righini is a mechanical engineer by training and holds a B.S. and M.B.A. from the University of New Hampshire.  He has spent his career in small, privately-owned companies where he has gained an extensive understanding of business operations, management, and product development, including several years of experience in the HVAC industry.
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Tim Roos
Tim Roos is an experienced Professional Engineer and Certified GeoExchange Designer, holding a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and UNH, respectively.  Tim is President of Wellspring  Geothermal, a company offering professional geothermal design and consulting services for community, commercial, municipal and large residential projects.  Prior to founding Wellspring, Tim was Vice President of Engineering at Water Energy Distributors where he designed geothermal open- and closed-loop systems throughout New England and New York.
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Chris Williams
Chris Williams holds a business degree from  Babson College and is the Chief Marketing Officer for HeatSpring Learning Institute, a company   focused on certification and learning for renewable energy professionals.  Chris is an IGSHPA Accredited Geothermal Installer. As Chair of NEGPA’s Government Relations and Advocacy Committee, Chris is working with the New  Hampshire Public Utility Commission to implement SB 218, and is sitting on Renewal   Energy Vermont’s Thermal  Efficiency Task Force.
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Recent Articles

Geothermal RECs in NH — 2014 RECs SOLD!

Matt Davis  -  Jun 20, 2015  -  1 Comments
Another milestone reached After more than three years since the passage NH SB-218, another major milestone has been reached. This week, Revolution Energy and Knollwood Energy teame...

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New Hampshire Recognizes Geothermal Heat Pump System as a Renewable Energy Facility

Matt Davis  -  Dec 10, 2014  -  Comments Off on New Hampshire Recognizes Geothermal Heat Pump System as a Renewable Energy Facility
Today, the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission approved Rolling Dog Farm as a Class 1 Thermal Renewable Energy Source, the first geothermal system to be recognized under the ...

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NH Thermal RECs: What you need to know

Matt Davis  -  Jul 17, 2014  -  4 Comments
Thermal Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) in New Hampshire In 2012, the New Hampshire Legislature passed SB218 that formally incorporated ‘useful thermal energy generated ...

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