Yale will present a short overview of geoexchange heating and cooling systems and their various applications. He will include a series of local and international case studies that will range from residential applications through to commercial projects, including office buildings, Councils, universities etc.
Yale Carden has a First Class Honours degree in Environmental Science and a Masters in Environmental Engineering. Yale has been working in the sustainability sector for over fifteen years and has spent the past six years working with geoexchange systems. He is a member and certified installer with the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) and has advised on Geoexchange systems across the Asia Pacific.
This year the University of Technology Sydney, TAFE NSW Ultimo College and ABC Ultimo are hosting a joint “Green Week” of activities during the week of 4-8 June. This week incorporates World Environment Day on Tuesday 5 June and World Oceans Day on Friday the 8th.
ATA has been invited to participate in Green Week by hosting a free stall on Monday 4 June to help promote environmental NGOs and their work to students and staff of UTS, TAFE and ABC. You are welcome to conduct fundraising activities and sign-up new members on the day.
Venue: concourse of UTS Tower Building 1
Date: Monday 4 June
Time: 9 am – 2 pm
6.00 for 6.30 pm, Tuesday, 22 May 2012
University of Technology, Sydney
Ultimo campus, Room CB02.07.110
Main Speaker: Paul Dastoor (University of Newcastle)
Topic: The Potential for an Organic Solar PV Industry in Australia
Future Directions Speaker: James Cox (SIM Venture Securities)
ATA Sydney Central branch regularly receives invitations of interest to our branch members but we are careful to ensure we do not fill up your inbox. So that you do not miss we have started to post these items to Sustainability News Faceboo
ATA Sydney Central Branch – Treasurer
Phone: 0407 55 88 47