Geothermal 101
Jan 19 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

This webinar too is a great fit for our series of intros to the energy industry.  In this one, we will be introduced to the basics of how a Geothermal System works.

Our presenters . . .

Jay Egg, CMC1249626 and Kristy G Richards Egg BSPH, RN, both Writers/Instructors/Consultants/Speakers

Jay’s bio . . .
Jay Egg: After serving in the US Navy nuclear power field, Jay Egg began a career in mechanical design engineering & contracting. Now, as an expert consultant, Jay sits on several technical code committees internationally; notably the technical committee for the IAPMO Uniform Mechanical Code. Jay has co-authored two McGraw-Hill Textbooks focused on geothermal HVAC technologies and continues to write curriculum and lecture on the merits of Clean Heating and Cooling technologies.

Kristy’s bio . . .
Kristy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health with two areas of focus: health science and epidemiology. Over the past decade Kristy studied and developed competency in the public health issues of opportunistic waterborne pathogens and biofilms. For the past few years she has dedicated the majority of her time to helping educate and bring about workable solutions toward buildings safety and decarbonization. Her strengths are Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Ambient Air Quality (AAQ), waterborne pathogens, and Sick Building Syndrome 9SBS).



Wind Energy 101
Jan 26 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Members, Joey Mather and Sue Fardy of Enel will talk to us about the power of wind energy.  To register for this webinar, click here.

Heat Pumps 101
Feb 2 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Robert O’Brien, Technical Heating Company is back to share his knowledge about Heat Pumps. With emphasis on Energy and the grid, there is more demand for the equipment to be used to heat and cool spaces. This webinar is designed to give you a better understanding about the basics of heat pumps.

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Biodiesel 101 and Renewable Diesel 101
Feb 9 @ 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm

Navigating the waters of carbon reduction can be challenging and confusing.  With so many different fuel options, and so much information out there, knowing what the best solution for your needs are can get overwhelming quickly.  Join us as we learn about biodiesel, renewable diesel, and blends of the two to better understand which product may be the best solution for you.

A little about  our presenter . . . As Manager, Quality Assurance for Renewable Energy Group, Kelsey Erickson focuses on technical issues throughout Renewable Energy Group’s biofuel production and distribution network. Kelsey works in REG’s Technical Services team which focuses on improving production quality and efficiency at REG’s production facilities and provides technical support to petroleum companies, engine manufacturers, transportation fleets, and city, state and federal agencies as they incorporate biodiesel and renewable diesel into their fuel programs.