Webinar: Accelerating Heat Pumps – Bringing Sustainable Heating and Cooling to Congregations

May 20, 2020 Free 0
(Photo: blackred/iStock)
(Photo: blackred/iStock)

Join us for “Accelerating Heat Pumps: Bringing Sustainable Heating and Cooling to Congregations Soon and in Our Time.” Dramatic new developments in heat pump deployment are poised to reduce the largest part of our carbon footprint. Prepare your house of worship and lead your community away from fossil-fuel heating and cooling.

Attendees will leave empowered to organize, both for the congregation’s physical plant and for congregants’ homes and neighborhoods.

We encourage up to three people from your house of worship to attend (including ideally a facilities person and an organizer).

Program:

  • “Brilliant Solution: GeoMicrodistricts” with Audrey Schulman (HEET). Eversource Gas is trying to pilot a method to rapidly transform existing fossil-fuel HVAC into networked ground-source heat-pumps systems, a neighborhood at a time. This is about what we need to do to encourage and hasten the ramp-up.
  • “Heat Pump Community Coaching: Becoming the Scout” with Steve Breit (HeatSmart Alliance). Community coaching is seeding and accelerating the uptick of residential HP technology. Become a coach or scout to encourage your fellow congregants.
  • “Heatpumps in Real-World Homes and Buildings” with Rachel White (CEO of Byggmeister Sustainable Design & Build), Joel Boucher (Boucher Energy Systems) and Matt Wenzel (Bill Wenzel Heating & Air Conditioning)

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Fact Sheet
When
Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
* Registration closes on May 20th at 12:00 pm
Price
Free

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