Introduction to Heat Pumps & VRF - Registration for June 16 Session
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Online training hosted by Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
In-depth introduction to heat pumps and the variety of heat pump system types, along with basics on how to identify good applications and get started with heat pump projects, with a focus on commercial applications.
This event is free and open to all. Advance registration is required. The training link will be sent in June to those who have registered here.
CEUs will be available at no charge through UMass Continuing Education.
- Introduction to heat pumps and variable refrigerant flow (VRF)
- Heat pump equipment options
- Identifying commercial heat pump applications and finding contractors
- Case study
- Jason Ganley is a Commercial Area Sales Manager at Mitsubishi Electric based in Boston, MA. Jason has been with Mitsubishi Electric since 2018, working with consulting engineers, architects, and building owners to educate, promote, and apply VRF and Split-zoning technology in commercial applications. Jason is an alumnus of Wentworth Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. While in college, Jason gained relevant experience working at W.B Engineers + Consultants and J.C. Cannistraro.
- Adam Camillo is a Sales Engineer at DXS in Peabody, MA, and has been with the company since 2017. DXS specializes in Daikin VRF products and all-electric fresh air offerings and is one of North America’s largest independent rep firms. Adam focuses on promoting and designing VRF heat pumps, and all-electric fresh air solutions with mechanical engineers, contractors and building owners. Adam has worked on various projects in the New England area from early design discussions with developers all the way through completion of the project with contractors and end users. He graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering while also playing division I soccer.
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