AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT THERMENEX (THERMAL ENERGY EXCHANGE) SYSTEM - TOUR LANGARA COLLEGE’S FIRST THERMENEX BUILDING WITH JEFF WESTON, P. ENG
Date & Time: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 @ 7 - 9:30 pm
Host: BC Sustainable Energy Association (Vancouver Chapter)
Location: Room A122a, A Building (off 49th Ave.) Langara College, Vancouver, BC
Thermal Energy Exchange (Thermenex) system has the potential to change the way Engineers and Architects approach building design and even entire districts and neighborhoods. “It challenges current core sustainable concepts and provides the backbone for a mindset shift toward more effective and efficient sustainable buildings”.
Jeff Weston, P. Eng., will be explaining his invention, Thermenex, and how it relates to the sustainable aspect of commercial building construction. This is an exciting opportunity to tour Langara’s first Thermenex building, and learn how the patent pending system works.
The presentation will begin approximately at 7:30, with light refreshments provided by Langara Physics Department. Do not miss this great opportunity to hear about Thermenex directly from the source.