The sixth annual NY-GEO Renewable Heating & Cooling Conference is at the Albany Wolf Road Marriott Hotel on March 25th & 26th, 2020.
Early Bird discounts RUN OUT SOON. They are now available for Exhibits and Attendee registrations until midnight, Monday, February 2nd.
NYSERDA President and CEO Alicia Barton is the keynote speaker for the conference.
New York’s PSC allocated $454 million on Jan.16, 2020 for heat pumps in an effort to reduce climate destabilizing greenhouse gases in the heating sector. Come learn what all the fuss is about !
Join in a fantastic 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! Workshops this year will be expanded to include air source as well as ground source heat pumps, and to focus on policies and initiatives that are common to both technologies.
For Building Professionals, NY-GEO 2020 will provide 5 continuing education credits for building professionals, including BPI credits, AIA credits for architects and ACEC credits for engineers. In addition, on-going IGSHPA Accredited Installer and Certified Geothermal Design courses will culminate at the conference. Click here to learn about and/or register for these courses.
Become a 2020 member of NY-GEO and get a 10% discount on registration exhibition space and a $100 discount on a sponsorship or exhibit. Associate non-voting memberships in NY-GEO are available for only $35 and bring a 5% registration discount.
This year PSEG Long Island, the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, Orange & Rockland Utilities and Con Edison NY are providing scholarship funds for students and low income individuals. Email email@example.com if you will attend but need a scholarship to pay part of your registration. We want you to attend and will happily share the cost with you, thanks to our scholarship sponsors, but scholarship funds are limited so let us know as soon as possible.