Harvard Club of SF, Alston & Bird to Host Leading Geothermal HVAC Innovators

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On August 6, the Harvard Club of San Francisco and leading national law firm Alston & Bird are scheduled to deliver another high-powered clean tech networking event with top leaders in the groundsource heat pump (GSHP) and geothermal HVAC industries. The event is open to the public.

The Harvard Club of San Francisco will open its doors again to the public on August 6, 2009 for the second installment of the Harvard Club of SF's Clean Tech Thought Leader Series. According to board member and intellectual property attorney Augie Rakow, the August 6 program will feature top innovators in groundsource heat pump (GSHP) technology and geothermal HVAC systems. Leading expert and co-founder of GroundSource GeoThermal, Inc., Dennis Murphy, will present a crash course on GSHP fundamentals. The panel of industry luminaries will then discuss the astounding array of possibilities now available with contemporary thermal transfer systems. Attendance is particularly encouraged for anyone working in construction, facilities management, data center management, HVAC, water systems, drilling and related industries.

Registration costs $25 for members of the public. Prompt sell-out is expected and organizers encourage early registration. A light dinner will be served.

Program title:
"Ground, Ice & Water - How Dennis Murphy & Leading Bay Area Innovators are 'Groundsourcing' the Carbon Problem."

Time/Venue:
The University Club
800 Powell St.
San Francisco, CA 94108 Map

6:30-7:00 p.m. Dinner & Networking
7:00-8:00 p.m. Presentation and Q&A

Register by Aug. 4:
http://harvardclubsf.org/events/index.asp#691

The Harvard Club of San Francisco's Clean Tech Thought Leader Series is chaired by Augie Rakow, an intellectual property attorney with Alston & Bird LLP and Board Member of the Harvard Club of San Francisco.

Sponsor Alston & Bird, LLP is a leading national law firm with specialized expertise in regulatory, finance, land use, taxation and intellectual property aspects of clean tech law.

Contact:
Augie Rakow
Series Chair, Harvard Club of San Francisco
Intellectual Property Attorney, Alston & Bird LLP
(650) 838-2028

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