Location: 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Date: May 15, 2017
Mark your calendar for May 15, 2017 for an opportunity to learn more about the benefits of one of the most reliable and efficient energy sources – geothermal energy (also known as ground-source heat pump systems). Like wind and solar, geothermal could play an important role in stopping climate change, but it still does not. Why is that? We know there are many misconceptions about geothermal energy and that the upfront costs of installing a system can be high, but the many benefits outweigh the drawbacks. Learn about new techniques and innovations that are making geothermal a more cost effective solution than ever before. Imagine an international summit with a diverse audience ranging from architects, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, installers, drillers, policy-makers, educators, and students. With such a variety of knowledge in one room, the discussion about geothermal energy will be invaluable. All parties involved will come together to see what is new, what we can do to better the industry, and how we can make the world a better place.
GENERAL ADMISSION: $50
Don't miss your chance to meet other professionals and discuss the latest in geothermal technology with top policy-makers, installers and practitioners. Also, connect with current and recently graduated students who are also interested in geothermal technology.
STUDENT ADMISSION: $20
Connect with professionals in your field of study and make new connections that could lead to job opportunities after graduation -- and, yes, this does include lunch and happy hour!
WATCH THE LIVE STREAM: $20 & STUDENTS: FREE
Can't make it on May 15th? That's okay, don't miss out on the opportunity to learn about the latest in geothermal technology. Come back to the website on May 15th for the link to the live streaming event.
To register and find out more information, visit www.cugeosummit.com