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GeoTHERMAL System Design Program Overview

A longstanding collaboration between The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute and the University of Wisconsin-Madison has emerged with a newly formed partnership of professional education courses. This partnership has strategically allowed the Institute to expand its already immense course offerings into the professional engineering, architecture, construction and design arenas to offer the first of what will be a series of programs geared towards the Northeast market.

The Institute is a lead provider of targeted professional education on a variety of topics and is honored to add this prestigious university’s curriculum as part of its full range of services that includes certificate programs, continuing education, research, publications, events and conferences. For the second year in a row, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been ranked as one of the top ten schools offering high-quality online graduate engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report. We are proud to introduce our New Course - Fundamentals of Geothermal System Design.

Why attend this course?

This 2-1/2 day course will combine theory with practical guidance to improve and enhance your geothermal design skills.
• Compare different types of geothermal systems and the principles that govern their design
• Gain a better appreciation of the unique challenges related to geothermal system design, installation, and operation
• Understand the economics involved in system design and installation and the operating savings that are achievable
• Identify strategies to enhance the energy efficiency of geothermal systems

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