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      RENEWABLE HEATING & COOLING WITH MODERN HYDRONICS in Putney


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      May 22, 2019

      Wednesday   7:30 AM

      River Road
      Putney, Vermont 05346

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      RENEWABLE HEATING & COOLING WITH MODERN HYDRONICS

      John Siegenthaler's RENEWABLE HEATING & COOLING WITH MODERN HYDRONICS TECHNOLOGY is a full-day “deep dive” into the balance-of-system between renewable energy Heating appliances and new, low temperature hydronic distribution heat emitters. Field-tested and bulletproof The instruction is filled with real-world lessons learned and situations to avoid—essential knowledge for heating professionals and engineers who are ready to ditch fossil fuel heating. This training is essential to achieving our  renewable thermal energy goals. Continuing Education Credits This Course qualifies for continuing education credits from:1. The Building Performance Institute (BPI) (3.5 credits)2. Efficiency Vermont's Efficiency Excellence Network (EEN) needed to qualify for incentives (8 credits)3. Vermont Department of Public Safety (heating systems, pressure vessel) Note: approval pending (1) Topics covered include: • New, retrofit, and site-built low temperature heat emitters • Air-to-water heat pumps• Geothermal heat pumps• Wood pellet, wood chip, and cordwood boilers• Integration of existing or auxiliary heat sources • Comparison with load reduction through building envelope improvement• Piping methods, control strategies, calculations• Specific hardware to enable retrofitting• Real-world, complete systems examples, and situations to avoid Plus, Jeff Rubin, executive director at Sustainable Heating Outreach & Education, will share specific tools attendees can use to speak authoritatively with their customers about why low-temp hydronic heating matters to climate change, sustainable forests, local jobs, and our regional economy. Discounts and scholarshipsEfficiency Vermont's Efficiency Excellence Network (EEN) offers a $100 discount for the first 20 EEN members to register. Please contact EEN Customer Support at (855) 832-7283 or email een@efficiencyvermont.com to obtain the code. Space is limited so sign up now. (1) If Continuing education credits are not approved you will have the option of canceling your registration and receiving a full refund.

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