The second phase of the Geothermal training program was completed earlier this March. The first phase involved studying the theory and methodology behind geothermal technology in order to pass the IGSHPA test, which certifies individuals to be geothermal installation professionals. In this second phase, trainees were were working in the field, learning about the full process of installing theĀ Gi4 heat exchanger, an advanced Geothermal technology that was created by Geothermal Innovations.

The ten trainees pictured here will be hired to be part of New England Renewable Energy (NERE), which will work on the Yale Acres project, other projects in Meriden, and projects in other cities and towns throughout the region.

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