San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Save Money with Wood Chip or Pellet Systems
New Hampshire has many wood pellet and wood chip heating systems that are saving schools, businesses, performing arts centers, nursing homes, housing projects and other large heat users, tens of thousands of dollars each year. You will learn about several of these successful projects from the "project champions", installers, suppliers, and architects who made them happen.
You will start the afternoon with a tour of the White Mountain Schools pellet boiler system and then hear presentations on other installed systems. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions and help you get your project on track.
This workshop is FREE and open to the public.
1:00 Tour WMS pellet boiler system
Tim Breen, Headmaster, White Mountain School
1:35 Opening remarks and introductions
Rick DeMark, North Country Resource Conservation and Development Area Council
1:45 Success stories from recent biomass installations in the area (15 min each):
Tony Ilacqua, Littleton Municipal Pellet Project
Grafton County Commissioner Martha Richards, Grafton County Complex wood chip project
Henri Wante, Facilities Director, Littleton Hospital wood chip project
2:30 Environmental implications of thermal biomass energy (forest land, carbon, air)
Charlie Niebling, Innovative Natural Resource Solutions
2:50 Technical review of biomass equipment and installation concerns
Jules Chatot, Banwell Architects
3:10 Funding options, grant opportunities, government incentives
Laura Richardson, Executive Director, The Jordan Institute
3:30 Q&A moderated by Rick DeMark
4:00 Refreshments & discussion