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Cold Climate Heat Pumps - Natural Gas Consumer Talks
Replacing your natural gas furnace, boiler or AC – consider a Cold Climate Heat Pump

There have never been more choices available to heat your home responsibly, while moving away from natural gas. Heat pump technology has been used for almost 70 years, to heat and cool homes in milder climates. Over the last 15 years, major technology improvements in heat pumps have made them the economically practical and environmentally superior choice for heating and cooling in all Colorado climate zones.

This webinar will review how heat pumps work, describe the recent performance improvements that have resulted in cold climate heat pumps and the environmental benefits of switching your home heating - from a gas system to a hybrid or full heat pump system.

This webinar will cover:
--How heat pumps work.
--Describe the recent performance improvements that have resulted in cold climate heat pumps.
--The cost savings and environmental benefits of switching your home heating from your current system to a hybrid or full heat pump system.
--How to evaluate your home and talk to contractors about heat pump heating solutions.

Jan 30, 2021 04:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

David Petroy
@NTS Energy LLC
David Petroy has over 15 years of experience in a range of renewable energy/sustainability and business roles. He was Founder/President of Blue Valley Energy a successful ground source heat pump engineering design and installation company in Boulder, Colorado, with over 200 installations throughout Colorado. During the early 2000’s he led technical sales of solar and energy power systems for residential and small commercial businesses at RMS Electric. Most recently he was Sustainability Manager for Golden Aluminum one of the largest single site industrial power users in Colorado. There he was responsible for leading adoption and implementation of a facility wide energy monitoring system and upgrades to reduce energy consumption on large industrial production processes. Recently he launched NTS Energy a consulting company focused on HVAC and energy solutions to residential and small commercial/industrial companies and promoting the transition to the new energy economy in Colorado.