Commercial building comfort and lighting systems account for over 40% of the energy use within the United States. Geothermal heating/cooling offers unparalleled levels of efficiency that can significantly impact our nation’s GHG emissions.
Recognized for its benefits, the Federal Government has designated this 40 year-old technology as a renewable thermal energy technology and recognizes it as one of the best technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
September 23 | 4:00 p.m.
In-person with virtual option
Jack DiEnna, Executive Director & Founder of the Geothermal National & International Initiative (GEO-NII) will present Geothermal heating and cooling and how this renewable energy resource can contribute to significant Scope 1 & 2 GHG reductions and energy savings for building assets.
Agbesi Akpedonu, Strategic Engineering Consultant – CMC Energy Services, Inc. will present, Funding Smart Growth through Energy Efficiency and Incentives from PECO. Pennsylvania kicked off Phase IV of the ACT 129 program this past June. PECO Program updates includes greater incentives for both prescriptive & custom measures. Attendees will receive detailed program updates.