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goGeoNow Seminar Series: "How to Evaluate the Business Case for GHP Installations"
26 Jul 2012
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Lodo's Bar & Grill, 1946 Market Street, Denver, CO
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The bottom line is often the primary factor in determining whether a geothermal heat pump (GHP) system will be part of a new or retrofit construction project. This seminar will explain how that evaluation is made and the relationship to costs, schedules and risks. You will also learn what GHP design and performance factors are critical for investors and building owners to justify a GHP installation.
How to address upfront costs
Assessing life cycle costs
Trends that are driving owners to create quality space
Evaluating building impacts and tenant comfort
Importance of reducing operating costs
Value proposition of sustainable buildings
Access factors for retrofits, new construction, urban infill
Balancing GHP energy use while keeping loop field costs low
Understanding the role that the GHP configuration plays in the initial capital investment
Minimizing pumping energy to maximize GHP energy efficiency gains
Join us for great networking and tasty food, compliments of our seminar sponsor,
Ace Mechanical Equipment, Inc.
There is no charge to attend, but Registration is required as seating is limited. Please click the 'Register' button on the left to reserve your seat today!
, Alliance for Sustainable Colorado, Denver, CO
Geo-Energy Services LLC, Centennial, CO
- Contact Ben Northcutt at 970 846 0303 or ben@goGeoNow.org