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OGA Down to Earth Bulletin Sept 1 2020




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Green Recovery will mean more geothermal -Despite the pandemic, cities like Toronto, Montreal and New York are still moving to mini-splits, VRFs, chilled beams, ERVs, heat pump water heaters, and ground source heat pumps. One of the untold stories is that ground source systems in Ontario’s countryside may be more numerous than previously known.
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Dandelion Energy will expand into Connecticut
Dandelion Energy, a New York-based installer of home geothermal heating has completed more than 400 systems and expects to install 800 more in New York, and now Connecticut, due to it similarly positive regulatory framework.
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How to create 25 million jobs: "Crucially, it doesn’t require inventing new technology; the report looks at how the transition can happen with tech that already exists...I think we have too many people believing we need a miracle, which we don’t."  
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Tesla extended its rally spiking decisively above $2000 per share and setting a new record high ahead of an expected 5 to 1 stock split, and its soon-to-be inclusion in the S&P 500 Index.
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Geothermal Heat Pumps & Beneficial Electrification: “To reduce emissions…100% by 2040, buildings must switch from furnaces and boilers to electric heat pumps. There is a lot of education still to be done to accomplish this.”
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