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ASHRAE Webcast Highlights Ground Source Heat Pumps
March 18, 2011

While temperatures above ground vary with the seasons one constant is the temperature underground, which stays relatively the same all year. Designers in the built environment using ground source heat pump systems are harnessing the energy underground to help with heating and air conditioning in the buildings they design.

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineer’s (ASHRAE) upcoming webcast, “Ground Source Heat Pump Systems – Putting the Earth to Work for You,” focuses on this method of using underground temperature to create a system using natural resources to save energy and money at the same time. The webcast takes place April 21st, 2011, from 1– 4 p.m. EDT.

Three Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or three AIA Learning Units (LUs) may be awarded to viewers who complete the participant reaction from online by May 5th, 2011.

The live program will be archived online until May 5th, 2011, for viewers who are unable to participate on April 21st. Registration is required to view the archived program.

Online registration for the webcast begins March 21st, 2011. For more information on the webcast program, continuing education credits and ASHRAE ground source heat pump resources, visit

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