August 23, 2021 By Anthony Capkun
“Achieving a more sustainable future requires innovation, such as implementing geo-exchange systems,” said Rob Lister, OEC president & CEO. “They are highly effective at reducing carbon emissions while being more efficient and cost-effective as compared to conventional systems.”
The partnership will aim to provide solutions that support the decarbonization of communities by working with developers “to advance the implementation of green heating and cooling systems”.
The organizations say they bring more than 30 years of combined experience to the renewable energy sector, having designed and delivered over 300 geo-exchange energy systems, as well as other renewable power generation projects.
“Our renewable approach to space conditioning meets the heating and cooling demands of buildings while satisfying stakeholder objectives, including achieving financial savings and reducing carbon dependence,” added Stanley Reitsma, Geosource’s CEO.
Print this page