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Renewable Heating & Cooling: Seminar and Public Lecture

Learn about geothermal as a viable source of renewable heating and cooling | Seminar for professionals and public lecture feature geothermal expert Jay Egg

Public Lecture

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
6 pm (registration begins at 5:30 pm)
Hayes Hall 403

How will we meet NY’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from heating our buildings and transportation 40% by 2030? Nationally recognized renewable energy, geothermal, and HVAC expert Jay Egg will explain how renewable heating works and share exciting developments in efficient electric heat pump systems. 

Throughout the event, learn about Renewable Heat Now, a movement and campaign sweeping the state to demand renewable heat!

Free and open to the public

Co-sponsored by the School of Architecture and Planning, the WNY Environmental Alliance, Citizen Action of NY, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, New York Solar Energy Society, WNY Sustainable Energy Association, PUSH Buffalo

Seminar for Design Professionals and Students

Don't miss this additional opportunity to learn about geothermal heat technology | Earn 5 hours of PDH, AIA, BPI and LEED

New York Geothermamal Energy Organization (NY-GEO), in concert with the New York State Energy Research and Development Association and supported by Central Hudson Gas&Electric, National Grid, PSEG Long Island and the Farmingdale College Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center, has developed a six-city tour this fall to provide CE credits for architects, engineers and building owners. 

Buffalo Visit:
November 14, 2017
National Grid VIP Conference Center
144 Kensington Avenue
Buffalo, NY
9 am - 3 pm

Gain in-depth knowledge of geothermal heat pumps in preparation for the coming transition to renewable heating and cooling based on New York's policy framework to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from HVAC.  

It will offer attendees 5 hours of PDH, AIA, BPI and LEED (self reporting) credits. Read more on the course's instructor, geothermal author Jay Egg.

Register for the Geothermal Seminar today!