Renewable Heat NY Contractors

Equipment Training

To qualify for a Renewable Heat NY financial incentive, the system must be installed by a contractor who has demonstrated technical competence in the design and installation of high-efficiency, low-emission wood heating equipment. Installers must have at least two years of relevant experience and have completed manufacturer’s training for the boiler brand they are installing. At least one individual from the company or firm must have successfully completed Renewable Heat NY biomass training or other NYSERDA-approved training.

For information on how to become a qualified installer:

Hydronics for High Efficiency Biomass Boilers - NEW

This full day design-focused workshop examines best practices for combining modern, high efficiency wood-fired boilers with hydronic distribution systems. It will cover the operating characteristics of two-stage wood-gasification boilers, pellet-fired boilers, and the latest complementary hydronic heating technology.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SUNY Morrisville
80 Eaton Street
Morrisville, NY 13408

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Presentations

This presentation is used for a full day design-focused workshop that examines best practices for combining modern, high efficiency wood-fired boilers with hydronic distribution systems. It covers the operating characteristics of wood-gasification boilers, pellet-fired boilers, and wood-chip boilers and the latest hydronic heating technology that can complement these high efficiency heat sources. The hydronic topics covered include low temperature heat emitters, high efficiency circulators, modern control techniques, and options for water-based thermal storage.

Online Training

Developed for NY contractors in partnership with John Siegenthaler and Appropriate Designs, this workshop fulfills contractor training requirements to participate in NYSERDA's 'Renewable Heat NY' program.

Additional Training Resources

Contractors interested in offering private financing options can view the following presentations and contact the individual companies for additional information: