Modern, cold-climate heat pumps provide highly controllable, energy-efficient heating and cooling to a variety of building types. For a solid introduction to heat pump and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology, join the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and UMass Amherst’s Clean Energy Extension for a repeat of last fall’s sold-out workshop. This fast-paced session will address how VRFs work, comparisons to other heating and cooling equipment, how to identify appropriate applications, architectural factors, case studies, how to obtain Massachusetts incentives toward installation costs, and next steps to including VRF in your projects.
Who Should Attend
- Architects (2 AIA LU/HSW continuing education credits available)
- Building owners, managers, and developers
- Energy professionals
- HVAC contractors
- JS Rancourt, DXS New England (Daikin distributor)
- Greg Hosselbarth, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating