NY-GEO Annual Conference

All paid registrations from the 2020/2021 conference will carry forward to NY-GEO 2022. Go to https://ny-geo.regfox.com/ny-geo-2020-conference-home for more info or email  nygeoinfo@gmail.com with any questions.

IGSHPA May Town Hall

Topic: Session 1 of Two-Part Series (Tech portion) -- Residential Geothermal Application: How Does it Compare to Conventional?   Speaker: Jeff Hammond of IGSHPA   Go here to register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpcOqsrj0tHdPkG4-iq8fRWFpp6P8rYrvu

Free

HRAI-IGSHPA Accredited Installer Course Online

HRAI’s new Accredited Geothermal Installer course draws from the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association – perfect for HVAC system installers who want to install geothermal heat pump systems! To register and for more information go here: https://www.hrai.ca/hrai-training-course/igshpa-accredited-geothermal-installer-course Cost: $1700.00 Can$ + HST This includes instruction, all course material (including ANSI/CSA C448-2016), the exam and certification process.

IGSHPA June Town Hall

Topic: Session 2 of Two-Part Series (Sales/Pricing portion) -- Residential Geothermal Application: How Does it Compare to Conventional?   Speaker: Rob Derksen of Michigan Energy Services   Go here to register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpcOqsrj0tHdPkG4-iq8fRWFpp6P8rYrvu

HRAI-IGSHPA Certified Residential Geothermal Designer Course Online

Attendees will learn how to properly design a residential geothermal heat pump system, starting with the benefits and types of ground source heat pumps. They will also learn the design process, including energy loads and requirements and how to calculate loads; how to select mechanical systems; site, geology and soil conditions; ground heat exchanger design; […]

CaliforniaGeo’s UNDERGROUND- The Roadmap to Electrification in California: The Need for Thoughtful Design

The Roadmap to Electrification in California:
The Need for Thoughtful Design
(A panel discussion led by Lawrence Garber, Building Decarbonization Coalition)
Additional Panelists: David Warner, Redhorse Constructors, San Rafael
David Johnson, Sera Design

Go here to register: https://www.californiageo.org/town-halls/

CaliforniaGeo members and Building Decarbonization Coalition members may attend at no cost. Others are $10 for this session.

Beneficial Electrification League’s Electrify Illinois

Crowne Plaza 3000 S Dirksen Pkwy, Springfield, IL

Opportunities Abound for Beneficial Electrification: For consumers, for utilities, for vendors, and for the environment, the sky is the limit! Low carbon electric generation coupled with advances in end-use technology, improvements in grid connectivity, and consumer awareness and acceptance has increased the potential benefit and value of beneficial electrification. In addition, Uncle Sam is opening his pocketbook for Federal infrastructure investments that can be used toward beneficial electrification programs and projects. While the concept of beneficial electrification is appealing, how do we implement? This meeting will bring together stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds to discuss next steps during these exciting times.

Go here to register and see the agenda:https://be-league.org/events/electrify-illinois/

$250.00