Timothy Cawley, President of Consolidated Edison, will be the Wednesday morning keynote at NY-GEO 2019. The PSC’s recent Energy Efficiency Order has brought utilities front and center in the transition to renewable heating and cooling. Mr. Cawley’s keynote will be important in helping to set the tone for the expansion of the relationship between the geothermal industry and New York’s utilities.
The fifth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference is at the Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady, New York on April 10th & 11th, 2019!
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.
For Building Professionals:
NY-GEO 2019 provides 5 continuing education credits for building professionals, including BPI credits and ACEC credits for engineers. Three of the classes will be taught by Ed Lohrenz of GeoOptimize, and Jay Egg will do a CEU class on Geothermal for Skyscrapers.
There will be a program that will help policy makers, installers, organizers, architects, clean energy activists, contractors, building owners and managers, engineers and more to plug into the renewable heat momentum building in New York and across the northeast!
On December 13th, the NY Public Service Commission carved out 1.5 GWh (=5TBtu) in savings from heat pumps in their energy efficiency order. By their estimate, this means 83,000 buildings will switch from fossil fuel heating to heat pumps by 2025. GAME ON !
Register soon. Exhibit space is limited. The Premier and Prime sponsor slots are taken. Scholarship, Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour and Coffee Break sponsorships are available. Ad space in the program booklet is still open.
Become a 2019 member of NY-GEO and get a 10% discount on registration exhibition space and a $100 discount on a sponsorship. Associate non-voting memberships in NY-GEO are available for only $35 and bring a 5% registration discount.
There are scholarship funds for students and low income individuals, but those funds will run out soon. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you will attend but need a scholarship to pay part of your registration.