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Premier US Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference in Schenectady April 10th & 11th

Conference will feature keynotes by PSC Chair John B. Rhodes, and Con Edison President, Timothy Cawley.

The New York Geothermal Energy Organization (NY-GEO) is holding its fifth annual Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference at the Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady, NY, April 10th & 11th.  America’s leading conference on renewable heating and cooling is sparking intense interest as New York is taking nation leading steps to transition our building stock from climate destroying fossil fuels to clean, efficient heat pumps.  A week before the conference more than 335 people have already registered.

Conference organizers support New York’s goals to cut greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent by 2030 and 80 percent by 2050. With more than 30 percent of New York’s emissions coming from heating and cooling buildings with fossil fuels, the expansion of renewable heat pumps is more critical than ever. The conference, hosted by NY-GEO, a non-profit trade association, looks to help accelerate the wide-scale adoption of heat pumps for renewable heating and cooling across the state and throughout the northeast.

This year’s conference will include keynote addresses from Public Service Commission (PSC) Chair John B. Rhodes and Con Edison’s President, Timothy Cawley.  The 2-day event will also feature leading designers and installers, national and international geothermal experts, and representatives from state agencies and New York’s utilities.

Renewable heating and cooling technologies not only provide environmental benefits, they can provide energy bill savings, increased comfort levels and health benefits compared to conventional heating and cooling technologies.

To register for the full conference or to learn more – please visit ny-geo.org.  Partial scholarships to help defray the cost of registration are available for students and low-income individuals. Email nygeoinfo@gmail.com with the word “sch” in the title to start the scholarship process.

Among other fascinating sessions at the conference are:

In addition, attendees can meet over 30 exhibitors during morning and afternoon coffee breaks.

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