What does a pipe fitter have to do with a nonprofit? What does a turnkey solution provider have to do with a utility? The answer is EVERYTHING. With the roll out of new IRA renewable tax credits, state incentives and pilot opportunities, there is so much potential to scale networked geothermal opportunities. Learn how to effectively plan for integrative design by applying a variety of coalition strategies to the next pilot demonstrations for the best chances of successful adoption of district geothermal technology.
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Approved for 1 credit hour toward AIA (LU), BPI, GBCI (BD+C, ID+C), and BOC certification. Credit is offered for the full conference day toward NARI, PHI, Phius, and RESNET certification.
- Contrast ground source, geothermal, community heat pumps, networked geothermal, district geothermal, and Thermal Energy Networks
- Define the characteristics that make a building or neighborhood a promising fit for GSHP implementation
- Analyze the challenges of crossing industry boundaries in order to create effective coalitions, and utilize case studies to create coalitions to scale district geothermal
- Leverage funding opportunities to launch a pilot project