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The Tarm Excel boiler can burn wood VERY efficiently and then automatically switch over to Fuel Oil when the wood runs out. Our system is set up so that the Evacuated Tubes heat a 900 gallon heat storage tank. As long as the tank is above 110 degrees F, the oil burner stays off. Generally, the burner is off from March to December. I can easily burn wood if desired.

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Quick Facts
Average Annual Savings

$1,500

Energy Needs Met

25%

or less of hot water

Energy Needs Met

25%

or less of space heating

Net Investment

$10,000

Return on Investment

15%

What You Need to Know

Description:

www.buildingenergyvt.com/assets/Uploads/Excel2000Brochure.pdf‎

Other Benefits:

Ability to burn wood for heat in the event fuel or electricity becomes expensive or unavailable.

Maintenance Requirements:

Yearly cleaning.

My Motivation:

Ability to have heat and hot water no matter what.

Open House Info:

OCTOBER 5TH, 2013 from 8AM to 4PM Solar PV, Thermal and EV OPEN HOUSE 100% whole House solar electric, charging 4 electric cars, heating 4 garage spaces, heating a chicken coop, heating a cellar. PSNH pays us…with over 6 Megawatts “in the bank” Possible !00% thermal with wood backup. See “stick on” PV, Tracker PV, Rack PV, Xantrex XW system, Battery system and a microinverter system AC Coupled to the Battery system. See a Tarm 2200 Wood/Oil FHW boiler, a 900 gallon heat storage tank and 180 evacuated tube Thermal solar system. See a 2011 Tesla Roadster 2.5, a 2012 Tesla S Signature Performance and a Chevy Volt.

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