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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


Going Underground On Campus: Tapping the Earth for Clean, Efficient Heating and Cooling
This guide features examples from more than 160 campuses in 42 states, examining ground-source heat pumps, direct geothermal, aquifer and lake-based, geothermal electricity, and earth-sheltered buildings.

Geothermal in the News
A section of the State Geothermal Data website - Review the latest on geothermal projects nationwide.

Ground-Source Geothermal Talks, Presentations and Papers
A section of the State Geothermal Data website - Items include presentations from the initial BSU geothermal gathering in November of 2011.  Citations for other presentations and papers are accessable as well.


Questions

Contact the Conference Team at geocon@bsu.edu or by calling 765-285-2772.