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Want To Learn About Thermal Energy Networks? – Watch The Upcoming Webinar

On Wednesday, 20 September 2023, there will be a webinar concerning thermal energy networks (TENs) and the Texas growth opportunity sponsored by US GBC – US Green Building Coalition and the Building Decarbonization Coalition (BDC). The BDC brings together important investor partners on the road to transition North America’s buildings to run cleaner by using less energy, using renewable energy via new policies, R&D, outreach programs and developing markets. Reducing air pollution in communities & buildings and using less fossil fuels are the missions for BDC members.

Houston claims to be the energy capital of the world, so it needs to step up and represent all “energy” not just oil & methane gas. Besides the fossil fuels of oil, methane gas, & coal, energy sources include: hydro power, wind power, solar PV power, rooftop solar power, energy storage batteries, offshore gulf wind power, geothermal power & energy conservations efforts that include heat pumps, geothermal pumps, insulation and home tint. Texas has a huge opportunity to expand good jobs in a rich & diverse energy market that offers cleaner air for Houstonian kids.


Upgrading infrastructure to utilize natural thermal energy to heat and cool homes & commercial buildings in a cheaper cleaner & more effective way that helps clean our air. Heat pumps is a more effective way to heat & cool buildings and vehicles to ensure we’re cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.  Besides upgrading fossil fuel methane pipes in the underground, natural geothermal practices along with improving the envelope of each building and home with attic insulation, caulking windows & doors and adding reflective, heat rejecting window film like dual reflective ceramic 5% that keeps buildings cooler in summertime are good. With total solar energy rejection (TSER) of 84%, home tint is a great window insulator against summer heat.


Ania Carmargo, a thermal network manager will speak at the webinar event on Wednesday where she has years of experience as a community clean air advocate.

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