Converter from oil to wood as heating source to two municipal buildings via an underground distributed system, estimated to save $300K over 20 years.
75% to 99%
of space heating
- Town of Littleton
- West Main St., Littleton, NH 03561
- 8,000 sq ft
- Energy need met:
- 75% to 99% of space heating
- Event Participation:
- NESEA Green Buildings Open House 2013 Host
- May 2013
- Size of System:
- 400,000 BTU/hour kW
- For space heating
- Gross Cost of System:
- Net Cost of System:
- Annual Savings:
- Own or Lease:
- Cash Purchase
- Additional Financial Notes:
- Unit only just installed. Too early to provide actual savings.
What You Need to Know
Two wood pellet boilers located in energy box with adjacent silo. Micro district serving two or three municipal buildings via underground piping of heated water.
Supports forestry industry/local jobs.
Low maintenance was a priority as the Town has no facilities manager or maintenance personnel.
Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:
None at this time
Saving taxpayer's money
Focus on the savings not the environmental issues.
Experience with Installer:
Highly professional - on schedule - no problems,
Open House Info:
October 5th, 10 AM to 2 PM, at the public safety complex on West Main St. in Littleton NH. Refreshments will be served. Ribbon cutting by local officials at 10 AM.
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