Plenty of drilling and groundwater professionals these days are curious about geothermal. We hear about federal and state incentives, but how can we benefit? How can we learn and network in this space? Whether you want to know more about geothermal or you’re a seasoned vet staying current, The Driller has an event planned for the NGWA’s Groundwater Week that you don’t want to miss.

Newscast LIVE at IGSHPA with ClimateMaster starts 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6 at booths G17 and G27 in the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s pavilion at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The Driller Newscast host Brock Yordy will moderate talks with ClimateMaster experts on ground-source heat pumps (GSHPs), answering your questions from efficiency to installation.

“Your role is pivotal in driving the widespread adoption of this eco-friendly technology,” ClimateMaster Inc. tells drillers and others in the industry considering geothermal as a growth area. “By joining forces, HVAC experts and drillers can create a synergy that not only enhances the efficiency of GSHP installations but also propels the industry forward.”

The company is the world’s largest manufacturer of water-source and geothermal heat-pump systems for residential and commercial.

Host and drilling expert Brock Yordy will kick off fresh interviews every 60 minutes starting at 10:30 a.m., so work your way over to the IGSHPA pavilion to watch. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn and ask questions about:

  • The surge in demand geothermal demand for residential and commercial geothermal
  • Opportunities in the GSHP sector for HVAC and drilling professionals
  • Real-world projects that demonstrate the impact and effectiveness of GSHPs

This Newscast LIVE event will provide a true platform for knowledge sharing and insights among industry leaders.

At 2:30 p.m., attend our Newscast LIVE wrap party, where ClimateMaster and The Driller can both thank you for your time and dedication to advancing sustainable solutions. Attendees can grab a beer, wine or soda, and capitalize on a great opportunity to network with peers, share experiences and build connections that could shape their future career.

Don’t forget to also stop by The Driller booth 374 and say hello. We love to meet drilling and groundwater (and geothermal) professionals.