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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

We are covering an event tomorrow at Clarke University

Which we wanted to share some background with you.  Geothermal is one technology we do not understand well, and we've not covered the subject in a show.  We'll file a report from the conference and then hope to bring in expert guests from the meeting on future radio shows.

If you are an expert or have had some experience, good or bad with geothermal, please contact us.

ENEW Energy Initiative         Wells Fargo     
New England Geothermal Professional Association
 Invite You To:
Understanding Geothermal Heating & Cooling
(A workshop to learn about this clean energy resource that can provide terrific commercial, municipal, and residential building energy cost savings)
November 21, 2013
Clark University, 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA
  • Is the growing cost of heating and cooling your building(s) a concern?
  • Have you heard about geothermal exchange heating and cooling, and want to know more?
  • Are you intrigued by the potential of 50% or more energy savings?
  • Have you been told that this doesn’t work well in New England or that geothermal systems often disappoint or that they are just too expensive? 
Overview: This 2 hour workshop covers the “Why, What, and How” of the most efficient and energy savings way to heat and cool a building. It addresses:
  • Retrofit and new construction, with a focus on commercial, institutional, and municipal use.
  • An overview of geothermal exchange heating and cooling, including key benefits such as 40 – 80% operating/energy savings and 30 – 50% maintenance savings
  • A comprehensive look at how the technology works, what types of systems are available, and the four keys to ensuring that the system will exceed your expectations. We will address and debunk many myths about geothermal exchange.
  • Selecting and working with a contractor, including planning, costs, financing, system design, customization, system installation, and post installation support.
Speakers:
  • Martin Orio –  Vice President, Water Energy Distributors, Hampstead, NH andPresident, New England Geothermal Professional Association
  • Edward Malloy – CEO, New England Renewable Energy Systems, Weymouth, MA
  • Eric Ross – Vice President, RENEW Energy Initiative and former Vice President, EarthSource Energy Solutions, Brookline, MA  

1 comment:

  1. That's great. Any construction, whether institutional or commercial, government should give sufficient amount of time on the project so that to prevent any undesired outcome.

    Regards,
    Sanola Jerry

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