New Home Heating Research Begins at Clarkson University
Two fully automatic high-efficiency and low- emissions wood pellet boilers made by Evoworld (Troy) have been installed in residential locations by Clarkson University. One boiler has been placed in a shipping container outside one of the homes, while the second boiler has been placed in the basement of a second home. The advanced wood pellet heating systems has included thermal storage tanks and bulk pellet storage to enable a fully automatic system with maximum seasonal efficiency. This project will evaluate for two years the performance and emissions of these made-in-New York units under the cold winter conditions in Northern New York State.
In February, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo awarded 18 research institutions a total of million dollars to further develop high-efficiency, low emission wood-fired heating equipment.
“By investing in advanced biomass technologies across the state, we are actively reducing our dependence on fossil fuels and building a greener New York,” Governor Cuomo said. “Under our Renewable Heat NY initiative, we are supporting projects that phase out old, inefficient, and polluting technologies and helping to grow the biomass clean energy industry. These efforts will encourage economic growth in local communities and contribute to a cleaner, healthier environment for New Yorkers.”
Today, Clarkson University begins the process of doing just that.
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