Course Title: Hydronic-based Biomass Heating Systems
Sponsoring Organization: HeatSpring Learning Institute/Biomass Thermal Energy Council
Date: Jan. Sept. 15, 2014, through Nov. 14, 2014
Course Description: Modern biomass boilers represent the forefront of renewable energy heat sources. Their high thermal efficiencies can be further leveraged through the use of modern hydronics technologies. This new, self-paced, online course was developed for professionals, in partnership with HeatSpring Learning Institute and the Biomass Thermal Energy Council. It covers the unique operating characteristics of several wood-fired boilers and goes on to show several examples of complete systems for both residential and commercial/institutional applications. The course is a unique opportunity to learn advanced techniques and strategies from John Siegenthaler, one of the industry’s top technical trainers. You will be able to interact directly with Siegenthaler, ask questions, and interact with peers using an ongoing discussion board. The course also offers 20 American Institute of Architects (AIA) learning unit credits.
Publication date: 7/21/2014