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BSU Geothermal Conference
GEOCON III:  The Challenges and Benefits of Geothermal Retrofits of Existing Buildings 
 
April 8, 2015
Assembly Hall, Ball State Alumni Center, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

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GEOCON III - April 8, 2015 at Ball State Alumni Center

Details to follow.

 

Introduction 


Financial Sponsors:

Automated LogicChevy


Additional
Participating
Organizations:


GeoConnectionsGeoExchangeHeatSpring
LoopTech
MEP Associates, LLC
York

Thank you to all who participated in a successful GEOCON II event!  

Visit the archives for information about past events and watch this space for information about the next conference. 


To best serve the industry, we have organized a single day conference in which participants will be able to exchange technical notes, develop understandings and share experiences with design, drilling, and equipment issues related to geothermal ground source heat pump technology.

From the scale of single family housing to campus-wide district-scale installation, the challenges of design, drilling and equipment are many.

The morning sessions of this day-long event will include presentations from industry leaders followed later in the day by an interactive panel session and tours of the 47-building district-scale ground-source-heat-pump geothermal heating/cooling system at Ball State University.

If you would like to receive notifications and updates, kindly send an email request to geocon@bsu.edu

Thank you for your interest,

- The GeoCon Planning Team