PACE + Geothermal

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Ryan Green of Midwest Machinery Denver shares an overview of what PACE financing is and why it works so well for financing geothermal installations.

Duration: ~19 minutes

Ask The Presenter

After watching PACE + Geothermal, register to join the Q&A session on Dec 14th at 10AM (central) with our presenter Ryan Green and Ethan Elser Director of Corporate Development for PACE Equity. Space is limited!

About the Presenter

Ryan Green
Midwest Machinery Denver

Ryan Green has over 6 years of experience in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sector, specializing in HVAC system retrofits, building energy use analysis and GeoExchange heat pump systems.

Ryan’s passion and drive for energy efficiency began only a few months after entering the HVAC industry. After witnessing the inefficiencies that exist and the potential for retrofits in aging infrastructure, his priority immediately shifted to curbing these inefficiencies. As a sales engineer for Midwest Machinery Denver, he works with consulting engineers, installing contractors, and end-users to provide cost effective and high efficiency HVAC system solutions.

Before relocating to work with Midwest Machinery Denver, Ryan was extremely active in many of the El Paso sustainability and advocacy groups and was a board member of the El Paso Chapter of American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) West Texas Chapter Regional Committee, and Eco El Paso’s Sustainable Energy Committee.

Ryan has a mechanical engineering background and plans to finish his B.S. degree program at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is also training to become an accredited Certified GeoExchange Designer through the course offered by HeatSpring. He resides in Lakewood, CO with his wife and 2-year old son and likes to spend time reconnecting with nature when he’s not out trying to save it.