Who Should Attend: contractors, installers, service technicians, engineers Discover the fail-safe way to install high performance geothermal systems by following the GeoSmart Energy way. Upon completion of this course, related homework, and testing you will be awarded a framed certificate verifying you have taken the manufacturers training course as prescribed by GeoSmart Energy. You will also be given a fusion …
Who would benefit from this course? HVAC system designers who want to ensure geothermal heat pump systems meet the requirements of ANSI/CSA C-448-2016. What you will learn Ground Source Heat Pump Benefits System Components Heat Pump Types Design Process Energy Requirements Load Calculations Parameters that affect different types of heat pump performance, site, geology and soil conditions Heat pump and …
Who would benefit from this course? HVAC system installers who want to install geothermal heat pump systems in accordance with the requirements of ANSI/CSA C-448-2016 and good industry practice. What you will learn Design and Material Options System Layout Pipe Joining Techniques – for butt, socket, saddle and electro fusion Trenching/Drilling Processes Air and Debris Purging Pressure Drop Calculations Pump …
NY-GEO is proud to present its 4th annual NY-GEO 2018: Geothermal Heating & Cooling Conference at the Red Lion Hotel (formerly the Radisson) in Albany, New York on April 18 & 19! NY-GEO 2018 is the premier northeast renewable heating and cooling conference. This year’s keynote speakers are Alicia Barton, NYSERDA’s new President & CEO, and John B. Rhodes, Chair of the NYS Public …
GEOSMART ENERGY VIEW BROCHURE Innovative Leaders in Geothermal Solutions As commercial business and private citizens in developed nations lay hold of an ever-increasing stance in the progression of corporate responsibility it bodes extremely well for the enrichment of the renewables sector. Canadian enterprises such as GeoSmart Energy of Cambridge, Ontario are leading the way with innovative, cutting-edge …
When it comes to geothermal installations, two things make good business sense. Selecting the right sized equipment and loop systems to maximize heating and cooling efficiency, and installing loop systems designed to meet not only today’s needs but those in the future as well. It’s not rocket science. Regardless of the size or type of heat pump they feed into, …
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Novemebr 1, 2013
Québec: New Green Retrofit Tax Credit topped at $10,000
Quebec Government announced on October 7, 2013 the establishment of a 20 % green income tax credit for the replacement of fossil fuel heating systems with renewable energy systems such as geothermal heat pumps. The maximum tax credit is set at $10,000. For example, a $25,000 geothermal heat pump system could qualify for a $5,000 income tax credit.
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Novemebr 18, 2013
GeoSmart Energy Launches Innovative PremiumV Variable Capacity Inverter Heat Pump
GeoSmart unveils state of the art 5.3 COP inverter heat pump to Geothermal Specialists at training course in Cambridge, ON.
Cambridge, ON – GeoSmart Energy, a Canadian leader in the geothermal heat pump market, today launched it’s most efficient and innovative product yet. The PremiumV series variable capacity inverter heat pump represents a quantum leap forward in technology integration, efficiency and comfort.
GeoSmart introduces state-of-the-art compact multi loop feeder and pump puller to North American drilling industry at CanWell conference in Hamilton, ON.
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May 23, 2012
Cambridge, ON – GeoSmart Energy is elevating the Canadian geothermal drilling industry to a new level of efficiency with its recent acquisition of a new time-saving multi loop and pump handler designed specifically for geothermal drilling applications, but with additional applications for the water well industries. Compact and powerful, the GeoSmart Push’N Pull simplifies the installation of geothermal pipes in vertical drill applications, saving time, money and manual labour.
May 30, 2010
GeoSmart Energy was front and centre at the Canwell 2010 Symposium hosted by the Manitoba Water Well Association and the Manitoba Geothermal Energy Alliance (MGEA) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 26-29, 2010.
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