Clean Heating and Cooling with Geothermal: You will like what you don't see!

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Science and Suds goes Geo with Jay Egg and the Lime Hollow Nature Center

Why are geothermal heat pumps the most efficient and cleanest form of heating and cooling? How can geo help us reduce our carbon footprint? What happens if you combine a pool, a house, and a bakery on the same geo system? Geothermal expert Jay Egg will answer these questions and more as he explains the science of geothermal heat pumps.  Co-hosted by the Lime Hollow Nature Center and HeatSmart CNY.

 

About Jay Egg

Jay Egg founded EggGeothermal in Florida in 1990 to provide geothermal HVAC systems. Jay currently focuses his professional efforts geothermal exchange implementation, permitting, feasibility & variances, and utility-scale geothermal exchange systems.

Among his clients are international, federal, state and local governments, developers, associations, and private entities. Jay is also a sought-after author, speaker, and trainer on geothermal heating and cooling. He is the co-author of "Geothermal HVAC, Green Heating and Cooling" and "Modern Geothermal HVAC Engineering and Controls Applications" published by McGraw-Hill. Jay is a frequent speaker at the NY-GEO conference, was the featured speaker for The Renewable Energy World Conference & Expo North America 2011, and will be speaking at multiple SUNY campuses this fall.

 

About Science & Suds 

Science and Suds is a means for Lime Hollow Nature Center to promote adult education with adult beverages.  Learn more about interesting topics in an informal atmosphere through entertaining presentations.  Questions are encouraged and sometimes rewarded.  Come curious and come thirsty.