Luc Delestrade speaks about Geothermal Heat Pumps - March 24th, 2007
Luc Delestrade, Manager, Energy Modeling at Light House
Before joining Light House as Manager, Energy Modeling, Luc worked for three years as a designer for a local geo-exchange heat pump manufacturer. During these three years, he was exposed to the mechanical side of geothermal heat pumps as well as the process of integrating them into homes. Because he was working for a start-up company, his work as a designer wasn’t limited to draw pipes and enclosures. He also participated in the installation process, the geofield design, and the sales process. On Saturday, Luc will share his knowledge and experience (good or bad) with geo-exchange: from how geo-exchange heat-pumps work, to when installing geothermal is a good option. The talk will take place from 2-4 pm at Light House Sustainable Building Centre on Granville Island.
WHEN: 2-4pm Saturday March 24th at Light House
PLEASE RSVP to [email protected] This is a free event but a donation of $2-$5 is suggested.
Light House: Sustainable Building Centre is located at 1575 Johnston Street, just East of the Public Market in the heart of Granville Island. Our centre is on the second floor and accessible via the glass door and staircase on the Southwest corner of the building. This event is sponsored by Light House Sustainable Building Centre and Cascadia Green Building Council, the local chapter of the CaGBC. Funding comes from Environment Canada and the Real Estate Foundation of BC.