Biomass Cooling 101: Opportunities and Challenges of a Potential Gamechanger, June 18, 2013

Biomass thermal energy is an efficient, sustainable conditioning heat source and represents a growing market in the northern states. However, a largely overlooked market is still waiting to be utilized - renewable cooling with biomass.

Join us June 18th, 1PM ET for a webinar providing the basics and application of biomass cooling with three leading experts. This webinar will provide a succinct explanation of cooling technologies, a case study showcasing a successful installation, and a background of potential costs involved in a retrofit or new installation.

This is an informational webinar hosted by the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) and funded in part by the Forest Service's Wood Education and Resource Center (WERC).

Attend the Webinar and Learn:

How cooling technology works
How cooling can integrate with biomass cogeneration or trigeneration
An overview of expected costs and payback periods
How Middlebury College's tri-generation plant has succeeded
Q&A with the speakers


Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Time: 1PM ET (approximately 1 hour)

Webinar Access/Registration

Webinar Access: Free, register here.

Speakers & Presenters

Tom Lopp, VP of Marketing at Power Partners, Inc.
Wes Livingston, Design Engineer at Power Partners Inc.
Jack Byrne, Director of Sustainability Integration at Middlebury College
Moderated by: Emanuel Wagner, Programs Manager, Biomass Thermal Energy Council

More Information

For more information on the event or if you have any questions, email Emanuel Wagner.