ONLINEHouse of Worship Reducing Carbon Footprint by Heat Pump

March 4, 2024 Free
Caucasian HVAC Worker Installing Electric Modern and Energy Saving Heat Pump.
(Photo: welcomia/iStock)

Can your synagogue achieve 85% reduction in carbon emissions? Temple Shir Tikva just did that! JCAN is excited to showcase their ground-breaking, up-to-the-moment story of transitioning to heat pumps. Your synagogue could face a similar problem/opportunity: Lay leadership was confronted with a failing heating system. They sought advice. Top professionals engineered and installed the equipment. Could it be that simple? Come hear from the team who kept school and sanctuary in full operation while leaping towards climate neutrality: Richard Kaye, TST lead; Wes Stanhope, CEO of Building Evolution; and Jody Renouf, Director of Operations at GreenerU.

Shir tikva means song of hope, and right now, hope is heat pump.

In this JCAN virtual event, co-sponsored by Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light, learn how one house of worship and school reduced their carbon use by 85%.

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Monday, March 4, 2024, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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