Utility companies can play a key role in bringing geothermal heating & cooling quickly into the mainstream. How are NY’s utilities seeing their role in the renewable HVAC revolution?
Join us for the fourth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference at the Radisson in Albany, New York on April 18 & 19!
The day 2 opening panel will feature Mackay Miller from National Grid, Joseph Hally from Central Hudson, Christopher Raup from Con Edison and Lisa Boba from NYSEG. These executives will give their take on both the benefits and challenges they anticipate for their customers during the transition to renewable heating and cooling.
The NY-GEO annual conference is the best place to learn how to heat and cool without burning fossil fuels while meeting the movers and shakers of the industry as New York begins to embrace this incredible opportunity.
Join us for a fantastic program that will help policy makers, installers, organizers, architects, clean energy activists, contractors, building owners and mangers, engineers and more to plug into the renewable heat momentum building in New York and across the northeast!
We urge you to register soon. Exhibit space is sold out. There is just one prime sponsor slot still open. Ad space in our program booklet is still open but the deadline for reserving ads is March 26th.
We have scholarship funds to help if our admission price is more than you can afford, but those funds will run out soon.
For Building Professionals:
NY-GEO 2018 provides 5 AIA, PDH, BPI or LEED (self reporting) continuing education credits. Three of the classes will be taught by Steve Kavanaugh – co-author of the ASHRAE published Geothermal Heating and Cooling: Design of Ground Source Heat Pump Systems (2014). Click here for a description of his classes.
In addition, Phoenix Energy Supply is providing a phenomenally convenient and inexpensive way to earn Accredited Installer status from the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA). You can take the course on-line and take the exam at the conference, and with support from NYSERDA, it will cost you less than half the list price. Click here to learn more.