7th Canadian Geothermal Heat Pump Business & Policy Forum May 16, 2014 at the Fairmont Hotel - The Queen Elizabeth.


As Canada's geothermal heat pump (GHP) industry evolves to include more complex commercial systems, the industry is quickly approaching to a point where a common understanding of system optimization - both technical and financial - is required.

In this year's national business and policy forum, the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition wishes to engage stakeholders into an analytical reflection regarding ways to improve system performances and achieve sustainable energy savings.

Conference organizers wish to engage industry dialogue and debate over a broad range of topics that have a direct influence on system performances such as standards and regulations, technical advancements, financial considerations, best practices, and so on.

Potential speakers are invited to submit their ideas for presentations to the Conference Secretariat before February 28, 2014 in writing at info@geoexchange.ca

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CGC's 6th National GeoExchange Business & Policy Forum - 2013

CGC's 5th National GeoExchange Business & Policy Forum - 2011

CGC's 4th National GeoExchange Business & Policy Forum - 2010

CGC's 3rd National GeoExchange Business & Policy Forum - 2008

CGC's 2nd National GeoExchange Business & Policy Forum | 2007

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