- Monday, January 06, 2014
Registration is now open for the 2014 Biomass heating Integration Workshop
Biomass energy is a form of renewable energy, often conveniently located right near the community using the energy. Facilities can experience heating cost reductions of 30% to up to 90% by shifting to renewable biomass energy. Successfully designing and implementing biomass heating projects is not difficult as long as you are aware of the unique requirements that a wood energy system demands.
The Alaska Energy Authority is sponsoring a technical Biomass Heating Integration Workshop featuring Professor Emeritus John "Siggy" Siegenthaler, P.E., a renowned biomass design professional with decades of system design, installation, and integration experience.
This is an excellent opportunity to join other Alaskan energy and engineering professionals in learning about the best practices of modern biomass heating system design and installation.
Event: Biomass Heating Integration Workshop
Instructor: John "Siggy" Siegenthaler
When: March 3 and 4, 8:30 am - 5pm
Where: Mountain View Branch, Anchorage Public Library - 120 Bragaw St, Anchorage
Cost: $199 for two day event. This cost includes lunch, coffee, and snacks
Continuing Education Credits: Up to 14 Continuing Education Credits are available.
Register Online: http://ine.uaf.edu/acep/biomassworkshop
Contact: Amanda Byrd (907) 474 6728 or firstname.lastname@example.org for conference and registration questions.
Photo Caption: Cord wood split for drying
Photo courtesy of A. Byrd ACEP/UAF