May 22, 2019 – 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Renewable Heating & Cooling with Modern Hydronics Technology

Landmark College, Putney, VT
Architects, Builders, HVAC Contractors, Mechanical Engineers
Intermediate

This training by industry thought leader John Siegenthaler, P.E. will be offered in two parts – 1/2 day and full-day training. The half-day training is targeted toward architects, mechanical engineers and landlords. The full-day training is best suited for builders and HVAC contractors and includes all of the content in the half-day training.

Future hydronic heating and cooling systems will increasingly rely on renewable energy sources such as heat pumps, and biomass boilers. The sources have operating requirements that are significant different from those of standard fossil fuel boilers. This session will discuss those requirement for geothermal heat pumps, air-to-water heat pumps, and biomass boilers. It will stress the importance of low water temperature distribution systems and show how to create them in both new construction and retrofit situations. It will present several overall system concepts for each of these heat sources that can be readily built around commonly available hardware.

A $100 discount code for the full day training is available to the first 20 EEN member registrants – call us at (855) 832-7283 or email us at een@efficiencyvermont.com for more info.

Additional Information

  • Worth 4 (1/2 day) or 8 (full day) EEN credits
  • Worth 3.5 BPI credits
  • Worth 5 AIA LU|HSWs

Cost:

  • Half-day early bird price is $175 through May 6, $210 thereafter
  • Full day early bird price is $249 through May 6, $325 thereafter – the first 20 EEN members are eligible for a $100 discount!

Registration:

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