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.