The Gen Z generation may be more open to hands-on careers in hydronics than millennials or Gen X. However, the industry must create an appealing application process and a change in job expectations. Read on as the author explains how to recruit these young people.
An alternative energy solution is needed for rural communities where fossil-fuel plants are not practical. A renewable energy microgrid could solve that problem while reducing carbon emissions. Read on to discover how Hot Springs, N.C., is using this energy technology.
Builders in New York City are taking the lessons from Hurricane Sandy to construct more resilient buildings, including the Beach Green Dunes II project in Queens. NYC also is taking a hard line on building retrofits to ensure low emissions, making heat pumps more appealing.
By combining SHARC Energy’s innovative WET technology with Subterra’s geothermal exchange systems, the partnership aims to bring unparalleled solutions to the market, capturing a greater share for both companies.
WING promotes women’s education, professional development and advancement in the geothermal community. Kristy Egg describes how the group has helped her recognize and celebrate the industry knowledge she has accumulated in 25 years.
Venice began to sink in the 1950s and 1960s when groundwater was pumped from below the city for industrial use. Since then, it has contended with floods of various severity. Read on to discover how engineers use a variety of methods to protect residences and historic buildings.