N.J. farmer growing flowers a little greener thanks to grant to convert to geothermal heat

Rebecca Kutzer-Rice holds freshly cut flowers at Moonshot Farm where the flowers are grown in a greenhouse that is heated by a geothermal heating unit in East Windsor, N.J., February 4, 2023 Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

NJ.com profiles East Windsor-based Moonshot Farm, a flower farm specializing in tulips and specialty varieties. A USDA grant and tax credits from the Inflation Reduction Act helped the owners install a geothermal system that heats two of the farm’s three greenhouses. The greenhouses cost $1,000 a month to heat with propane but only $100 a month with geothermal.

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Success story from: NJ.Com and Moonshot Farms
Added to the EE Stories website on: March 15, 2024
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