Continuing Education

Geothermal Exchange Explained: A Heating and Cooling Solution on the Path to Net-Zero Emissions

Approximately 1 hour

The building sector is responsible for the majority of carbon emissions in urban centers. As governments enact new policies on the path to net-zero emissions by 2050, the building industry is shifting to green technologies and renewable energy resources. This course examines how geothermal exchange systems use the Earth’s constant temperature to heat and cool buildings without emitting carbon. Their contribution to energy performance credits in the LEED® v4 Building Design and Construction (BD+C) and Operations and Maintenance (O+M) rating systems is reviewed, as are installation options, the design and construction process, the energy-as-a-service model, and the numerous benefits of geothermal exchange systems in a variety of applications.

Presented by Matthew Tokarik on behalf of Subterra Renewables.

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This course is rated 4+ SD symbols. This course contains sustainable design education. These courses are approved by GBCI for Specific CE hours. You can read more about the Sustainability Rating system.

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