SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) announced that it will hold a conference and pavilion of exhibitors in Nashville, Tennessee, December 14-16, 2021.
IGSHPA is partnering with the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) for this event. IGSHPA attendees will have an opportunity to re-engage with the groundwater and drilling community.
“I am thrilled to be heading to Nashville for IGSHPA’s first conference in three years,” said IGSHPA Chairperson Kortney Lull. “As a longtime supporter of both IGSHPA and NGWA, it makes sense to have our industries aligned in a variety of ways. Geothermal heat pump technology is catching the attention of so many building owners and clean energy stakeholders and we need the knowledge and expertise of NGWA’s members if we are going to be successful in growing the market. I can’t wait to see everyone in Music City.”
“IGSHPA’s participation in this year’s event adds a wonderful element to the proceedings,” said NGWA CEO Terry Morse. “There are long standing partnerships between the professionals in our industries and I am certain that we all have a lot to share. It’s an exciting time to be getting back to business and we’re looking forward to a successful and engaging event this December.”
The IGSHPA 2021 Conference & Pavilion will take place at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville. For more information, contact IGSHPA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 626-4747.