RET and NEGPA present Geothermal Seminar November 21st

PROVIDENCE, RI – The RENEW Energy Initiative and the New England Geothermal Professional Association (NEPGA) are holding a seminar on Geothermal Heating  Cooling, November 21st at Clarke University in Worcester, Mass.

The two-hour workshop will look at the significant energy cost savings this clean energy resource can provide to commercial,  municipal and residential consumers. The seminar will look at how the technology works, what systems are available and the four keys to success when installing a geothermal system. The program will also discuss retrofitting existing facilities and using geothermal exchange in new construction.

Speakers will include: Martin Orio, Vice President, Water Energy Distributors, Hampstead, NH and President, New England Geothermal Professional Association; Edward Malloy, CEO, New England Renewable Energy Systems, Weymouth, MA; and Eric Ross, Vice President, RENEW Energy Initiative and former Vice President, EarthSource Energy Solutions, Brookline, MA.

The seminar will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Laurie Conference Room in the Higgins Building at Clarke University (corner of Maywood and Main Streets). The cost is $35 and includes a continental breakfast. Space is limited. To register go to:

The RENEW Energy Initiative was founded by a group of business professionals in 2010 who believe the world would be better off if we can make better use of alternative energy. Its mission is to promote the growth of renewable energy and increase energy efficiency in the Northeast region of the United States, with links globally. The organization offers formal training and informal member networking events that feature speakers addressing industry technologies, public policy and success stories. For more information visit

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