BCSEA Kamloops Chapter invites you to an informative session on how heating and cooling your home with a heat pump might reduce your costs and fossil fuel emissions.
Rob Purdy, volunteer steering committee member with the BC Sustainable Energy Association (BCSEA), will start off the evening with a presentation and short videos, and a panel of experts will be there to answer your questions.
What you will leave with: Information on how to lower your carbon footprint and save money, and free information material. Among others, we aim to show you:
- The basics of how a heat pump works and why they are much more efficient than conventional fossil fuel furnaces and boilers.
- The types of heat pumps commonly used in Canadian homes, as well as the efficiency ratings for different types: ground source, water source, air source and mini-split heat pumps.
- The features of a heat pump including the important ones to consider when presented with a quote from a heat pump installer.
- How heat pumps can reduce the fossil fuels used in your home. Fact: 17 percent of the energy used in Canada goes towards running our homes, which generates 15 percent of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions.
- The importance of home draft proofing and insulation when considering heat pumps.
If you have questions about the public presentation or if you would like more information please do not hesitate to email Rob Purdy, BCSEA Kamloops Chapter volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Wednesday February 15, 2017 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Where: Thompson Rivers University, Arts and Education Building Room Number 108 (AE108) - See the Campus Map for more details
This event is free and open to the public. No registration is required, feel free to just show up!