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Upcoming Events


PAST EVENT: 2015 GeoExchange BC Conference & Trade Show
Jun
4
Jun 5

PAST EVENT: 2015 GeoExchange BC Conference & Trade Show

  • Surrey City Hall

A RESOUNDING SUCCESS !

Addressing the state of our industry in real-time, the 2015 GeoExchange BC Conference & Trade Show brought it all together:

PROVEN TECHNOLOGY.
DEFINED IMPLEMENTATION.
IMPROVING CAPABILITIES.
FORGING POLICY.

With attendees representing a wide breadth of industry professions and with a particular focus on government policy, regulation, and professional practice, conference themes took stock of our industry's strengths and accomplishments while preparing the next steps towards wider geoexchange deployment.  Attendees joined us at Surrey City Hall for an honest discussion on where we are at, where we are going, and how we are going to get there!

Conference delegates attended the keynote speech presented by Ms. Suzanne Spence, MBA, Executive Director, Climate Action Secretariat, responsible for the Climate Investment Branch, Carbon Neutral Government program, climate risk management and climate action engagement and outreach, a function overseeing investment in BC-based projects which reduce or sequester GHG emissions to meet BC's carbon neutral commitments.

 

 

A BIG THANKS TO OUR EXCELLENT SPONSORS !

Past Event: 2013 Canadian GeoExchange Conference & Trade Show
May
2
May 3

Past Event: 2013 Canadian GeoExchange Conference & Trade Show

  • Simon Fraser University

A WINNING EVENT !

Jointly hosted by GeoExchange BC and the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition, the 2013 Conference & Trade Show was not to be missed !

With attendees from across industry, government, utilities, and with topics ranging from in-field testing procedures, new design insights and software analysis to contract-structuring, the conference reached new heights.  Attendees from the heating and cooling professions, as well as design technicians, architects and engineers joined us at SFU Burnaby to discuss and improve the state of our industry.  

Conference delegates attended the keynote speech presented by Dr. Mark Jaccard, professor in the School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University and world renowned for his work on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change including the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, and lead authorship on the IPCC 2011 Special Report on Renewables.