Biomass Heating


Biomass thermal energy is the use of biomass for space and domestic water heating, process heat, and the thermal portion of combined heat and power.

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[Free Tool] Siegenthaler’s ‘Hydronics Design Studio 2.0’ Demo

We created the Hydronics Design Studio (HDS) to assist heating professionals in designing high performance hydronic heating systems.  It represents the state-of-the-art in computer-assisted design for modern hydronic heating systems.  Thousands of professionals use the HDS, but if you’re not yet familiar with it, I’d like to offer you a free demo version to get acquainted with the […]

John Siegenthaler Reviews Heat Pumps

In the article below, John Siegenthaler, Principal of Appropriate Designs, explains how air-to-water heat pumps offer new opportunities for hydronic pros. At the end of the article, John runs the numbers to answer the question: “How does the performance of an air-to-water heat pump compare to that of a geothermal heat pump?”  John teaches two […]

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December 16th, 2014|Categories: Biomass, Megawatt Design, Our Company|Tags: , , , , |

Heating with Biomass: It’s Not Just About the Boiler…

This article is a guest post by John Siegenthaler, Principal at Appropriate Designs and expert instructor with HeatSpring. John’s 10-week online course, Hydronic-Based Biomass Heating Systems, teaches engineers, heating contractors, and installers how to design and install highly-efficient biomass heating systems.

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In this article, John explains why it is wrong to assume that using a high-efficiency biomass […]

How Massachusett’s Alternative Energy Credit Prices Will Impact Heat Pump and Biomass Operating Costs

We passed the Massachusetts “Clean Heat Bill” in July 2014. The final bill number is S. 2214. 

The bill created a production-based incentive, similar to solar PV renewable energy credits (SRECs), for renewable thermal technologies including solar thermal, air source heat pumps, ground source heat pumps, solid biomass, and biogas.

In this article, I’ll explain how Alternative Energy […]

October 21st, 2014|Categories: Biomass, Solar, Uncategorized||