John Siegenthaler, P.E., will present informative and practical instruction on low temperature hydronics for renewable energy systems. The educational event runs from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 22 at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont.
The session will cover why air to water heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps, and biomass boilers are not just for high-performance buildings; retrofitting high temperature distribution systems will be an important part of controlling heating costs, and meeting the country's renewable thermal energy goals. 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, according to Siegenthaler.
The course qualifies for continuing education credits from:
- The Building Performance Institute (BPI) Note: approval pending (1)
- The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Note: both LUs and HSWs pending approval (1)
- MA Construction Supervisor License (CSL Education Topic: Energy) Note: approval pending (1)
- Efficiency Vermont's Efficiency Excellence Network (EEN) needed to qualify for incentives
- Vermont Department of Public Safety (heating systems, pressure vessel) Note: approval pending (1)
For more information, visit sustainableheating.org/class505