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Provisions Affecting Geothermal Heat Pumps in the Proposed “Inflation Reduction Act”
The Geothermal Exchange Organization (GEO) is the voice of the geothermal heat pump industry in the United States. Below is their summary of the provisions affecting geothermal heat pumps in the ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ and a brief outlook on where things will go from here. You can read the full text of the bill here.
Section 25D […]
Humbly Making an Impact on the Geothermal Industry
HeatSpring instructor Ryan Carda doesn’t like to brag about the positive impact he’s had on the geothermal industry.
But Brian Hayden, co-founder of HeatSpring, is happy to sing Carda’s praise.
“Ryan is the ultimate teacher because he’s so smart and so patient. Nobody is more deserving of success. He helped the geothermal industry association – IGSHPA – […]
GeoPro Product Training on HeatSpring
Learning about geothermal? Interested in GeoPro product training?
Join HeatSpring and GeoPro University in four new totally free lectures.
1. GP101: Introduction to GeoPro Products
The first step to a successful grouting project is choosing the right grout. Take this short course to get familiar with GeoPro’s full line of geothermal grouting products and thermal enhancement compounds. Learn the […]
How to Take the IGSHPA Geothermal Certification Exam
This is a short video explaining how the IGSHPA Geothermal Installer Certification exam works. The process has changed significantly in the past year – for the better – and we’re excited about how easy it is for students to take the exam now. Highlights include:
You can take the exam on your own computer
You can take […]
Success Begets Success: Why Your Trip to Ball State’s GeoCon is a Great Investment in the Future of Your Business
I’m not a fisherman, but I have plenty of stories about the one that got away. Big, fantastic opportunities don’t come along frequently, so they tend to catch us off guard. Ball State is the one that didn’t get away. 3,600 bore holes, $88 million spent, 8% ROI, 2,300 new jobs created, $2 million reduction […]