Events & Career Opportunities:
2 New Geothermal Training opportunities !! – See April dates.
ACE NY is looking for a Renewables Analyst and Membership Manager to join our team! Position Overview: New York State is at an exciting juncture in the development of clean energy, with ambitious goals for renewable electricity and energy efficiency and a promising but challenging landscape for achieving those goals. The Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY) is seeking new talent to serve as a policy analyst for grid-scale renewables including wind, solar, and hydropower and to manage its growing membership base. This position is full-time and based in Albany, NY, with a salary commensurate with experience. More here. If you know of someone who may be the right fit for this position, please contact Executive Director, Anne Reynolds, at email@example.com. ACE-NY is a member of NY-GEO.
2020 02 10 - Registration is open for Certified Geothermal Designer Course - Are you looking to become a geothermal design professional through IGSHPA's Certified Geothermal Design (CGD) Course? Course starts February 10th. 20 PDH credits offered for engineers.
2020 02 16&22 – Milk & Cookies Heat Smart Capital Region is running tours of homes featuring both solar electricity and geothermal heating & cooling. “Cookie and its chilled partner in crime, milk. Sunday and its favorite companion, football. Your solar panels and their efficient other half, the heat pump. You can heat and cool your home more efficiently and reduce overall energy use when you pair your solar panels with a heat pump.”
2020 02 27 - Webcast - Electrification Scenarios for New York State: See the release of the Electric Power Research Institute’s (EPRI's) study on Electrification Scenarios for New York’s Energy Future. Experts from EPRI and the study participants (Con Edison, the New York Power Authority, and the New York Independent System Operator) will highlight modeling and key insights that shed light on how electrification — in the transportation, building, and industrial sectors — moves forward in New York State through 2050.
2020 03 05 - Westchester County Clean Energy Summit: Implications of NYS Climate Law and Scalable Solutions Hosted by the New York League of Conservation Voters, Pace Energy and Climate Center, and Sustainable Westchester, this is designed as a robust and in-depth discussion of NY climate and energy policy implementation issues. Thursday, March 5th, 2020, 8:00 am-11:30 am, Pace University, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, Tudor Room, 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603 Click here to Register
2020 03 25&26 – Electrify with Heat Pumps NY-GEO 2020 – Marriott Hotel – Wolf Road Albany – Registration is open now. Click for information on sponsorship, exhibiting, registering to attend and for the evolving conference agenda. Discounts for attendance registration exhibits until February 28th.
2020 04 06-09 25 - The National Geothermal Exchange Organization GEO is a Supporting Organization of the Electrification 2020 International Conference & Exposition, hosted by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) on April 6-9, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
2020 04 21-23 – IGSHPA Accredited Installer (AI) training at the SUNY Farmingdale Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center on Long Island. In order to participate in the NYSERDA geothermal rebate program, IGSHPA AI certification is required. Click here for details.
2020 04 22-24 - IGSHPA Accredited Installer (AI) training in Rochester. In order to participate in the NYSERDA geothermal rebate program, IGSHPA AI certification is required. Click here for details.
Ongoing – NYSERDA is hiring! The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has ongoing recruitment opportunities. Join our email list or check this page periodically to learn about new career opportunities. All qualified individuals will be evaluated for each relevant position for which they apply. Opportunities include:
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