Mr. Mirza will be a panelist at Companies for Net Zero’s event in late February in the nation’s capital to discuss “Geothermal: Powering the Future of Decarbonization”. This panel is part of a summit series that engages like-minded companies to take action and foster positive change for a greener future. Upcoming themes will also include “Building Energy Performance Standards, Tax Codes, Funded Solutions for Decarbonizing, and New Innovations for Decarbonizing Assets”. Subterra will showcase its extensive experience as the only fully vertically integrated geothermal heating and cooling company with the largest drilling fleet in North America. Stay tuned for further announcements of upcoming webinar series to be hosted by Subterra and relevant industry guests.
2023: P3 Higher Education Summit
Kareem Mirza, Chief Revenue Officer, and the Strategic Partnerships team will be exhibiting alongside 70+ North American university campus delegates and project developers, designers, engineers, and builders. Attendees will examine campus infrastructure challenges faced by schools nationwide and Sunterra will spotlight the benefits of converting to geothermal district heating and cooling as recently demonstrated at its Ohio Oberlin College project. Visit us at Booth #8.
Better Buildings Partnership
Subterra’s SVP of Strategic Partnerships, Jessica Rowe-Bald, joins the City of Toronto’s technology-focused webinar in the green living series: "Decarbonization of Buildings through Geothermal Energy: How Can Municipalities Take Advantage of District Heating to Electrify Buildings.” Ms. Bald has a deep understanding of the renewables sector and utilities market and is looking to foster positive change in Subterra’s home city and surrounding municipalities in their pursuit of greener living. She will showcase the latest case study on district heating and cooling.
The Buildings Show
Subterra’s senior leadership team including CEO, Lucie Andlauer will headline the first-ever “Green Pavilion” on display at The Buildings Show, North America's largest event for products, services, educational programming, and professional networking that spotlights the design, construction, and property management communities. The Green Pavilion is expected to highlight the building sector’s sustainability suppliers to its 13,500 expected attendees. Visit us at Booth #2039 to get an experiential overview of Subterra’s geothermal utility offerings. Additionally, Mr. Tokarik (President of Subterra), will be speaking at the event in an accredited* educational seminar: “Geothermal Exchange Explained: A Heating & Cooling Solution on the Path to Net Zero” on Thurs. Nov. 30 at 9 am ET in room 703 of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
IGSHPA Annual Conference
Subterra’s Senior Project Manager Jeffrey Penstone and Project Manager Drew Baigrie will be presenting at the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s (IGSHPA) annual conference where this year’s theme is aptly titled: “Geothermal: The Genius Renewable”. Subterra’s engineering leaders will showcase “Building Large-Scale Heating and Cooling Utilities for New Developments”. Mr. Penstone and Mr. Baigrie will be presenting as part of the conference’s Thermal Energy Network Track, located in the Geothermal Pavilion.
AIA & ASHRAE Continuing Ed.
“Geothermal Exchange Explained: A Renewable Heating and Cooling Solution on the Path to Net Zero.” Register to join Subterra’s VP of Corporate Development, Paulina Barnes and President, Matthew Tokarik as they host an accredited* continuing education webinar. The course is free of charge and is geared to architects and engineers. It examines how geothermal exchange operates as a sustainable heating and cooling system that uses the Earth as both a heat source and heat sink. It also demonstrates how geothermal is a solution that significantly reduces carbon emitting equipment thereby contributing to a building’s Net Zero design.
Mountain West Renewables
Subterra’s Chief Revenue Officer, Kareem Mirza joins the conference as a panelist on November 8, from 2-2:45 p.m. to discuss emerging economic technologies that support decarbonization. The panel will explore ways new technologies can be harnessed to promote clean energy and help stabilize the energy grid.