Heat Pumps in Nova Scotia: Managing the Transition and Preparing for the Future
By changing the way we heat and cool our homes, we are setting a positive trend for carbon emissions reduction and more efficient energy usage.
Great news for Nova Scotians, and for the HVAC industry. Now, what’s the significance of these trends on:
- skilled & qualified installers, or service personnel
- the impact of utility financing programs
- the potential introduction of equipment rental programs. (Nova Scotia Power, for example, recently introduced a pilot program for heat pump rentals targeted to low income households.)
Don’t miss this lively, educational and productive round table event. It’s open to any professional with a vested interest in the HVAC industry. HRAI is interested in hearing from you! We need solid regional representation of interests from the HVACR industry.
There are some potential solutions to address the need for skilled workers, and various opinions about the potential costs and benefits of rental programs.
Let’s discuss these ideas and opinions in an open forum. You don’t need to be a member of HRAI to participate, nor is there a fee to attend. This is open to any professional with a vested interest in the HVACR Industry.
Joining us from HRAI will be Martin Luymes, VP, Government and Stakeholder Relations, and Scott Papp, Manager Membership & Divisional Programs
June 17th – 2:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn Sydney Waterfront
300 Esplanade, Sydney, NS, B1P 1A7
June 18th 10:00 a.m.
Sumner Plumbing Supply
158 Tera Cotta Drive, New Glasgow, NS, B2H 5W5
June 18th – 2:30 p.m.
40 Fielding Ave, Dartmouth, NS B3B 1E4
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