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PHCPPros is continuing our new virtual education series this July! The new series features premium, in-depth courses led by top industry experts.
Our next course, "Placement Consideration for Outside Condensers and Geothermal Exchangers," will be held live on Monday, July 12 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. CDT. Attendees will be able to earn 2.0 LU | HSWs through the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and 0.2 CEUs through the International Code Council (ICC).
Instructors Jay Egg, CMC, and Kristy Egg BSPH, RN, will provide an overview of placement consideration for outside condensers and geothermal exchangers. This course focuses on ALL aspects of heat pump implementation, whether air sourced, or ground coupled. Heat pumps are the key to decarbonization, and thus, building electrification is accomplished through the implementation of heat pumps. This course will help architects, engineer, tradespeople, facilities managers and building owners become fluent with regard to heat pump implementation.
The course has the following main learning objectives for attendees:
This course will also review the recommended best practices for the safe operation of buildings, including closure and reopening of building HVAC and water systems with a focus on COVID-19 and Legionella management.
Attendees can register for the two-hour course at https://bit.ly/3wDgoe3. The price to attend is $39.
You can also watch Jay and Kristy's previous course, "Heat Pump System (ASHP & GSHP) + Hybrid Design Overview" on our website at any time to earn credits on-demand!
Meet the Instructors:
Jay Egg, Egg Geo, LLC, is a geothermal HVAC consultant, author and speaker. After serving in the U.S. Navy nuclear power field, he began a career in mechanical design engineering and contracting. Now, as an expert consultant, Jay sits on several technical code committees internationally, and is currently engaged as a member of the Legionella Task Group for the 2024 IAPMO Uniform Mechanical Code. He has co-authored two McGraw-Hill textbooks focused on geothermal HVAC technologies, and he continues to write curriculum and lecture on the merits of clean heating and cooling technologies.
Kristy Egg is a registered nurse, public health and epidemiology professional with a keen interest in environmental, community and public health programs. Over the past decade she has studied and developed a definite interest, bordering on obsession, in Legionella outbreaks in cooling towers. She now assists with water management programs, and she is quickly becoming a respected resource on Legionella-associated biofilms. This has led her to pursue additional education, certification and teaching in the public health and epidemiological arena.