Thermal Renewable Energy Certificates (T-RECs) have been transformative to the biomass heating market in New Hampshire—the first state in the nation to establish T-RECs as part of their Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS).
However, right now a bill is being considered that would Eliminate all new T-REC generators. Other portions of this bad bill […]
Sponsored by Senators Feltes, Fuller Clark, Hennessey, and Cavanaugh from Catherine M. Corkery, NH Chapter Chair of New Hampshire Sierra Club email@example.com, c – 603-491-1929, o – 603-224-8222
AN ACT relative to financial assistance for biomass and forest product workers.
This bill authorizes the Department of Employment Security to use up to $250,000 […]
Renewable Energy Fund reopens rebate program for solar and wood energy; deadlines loom
NH businesses seeking to control energy costs by incorporating solar or biomass energy on-site can now take advantage of rebates up to $50,000-$65,000 through the state’s Renewable Energy Fund. Under the fund, managed by the NH Public Utilities Commission, rebates are […]
The New Hampshire Wood Energy Council reveals modern wood heating with locally sourced wood pellet fuel is delivering significant heat cost advantages over conventional fossil heating fuels.
New data from NH Office of Strategic Initiatives Fuel Price Survey (January 23rd, 2018) confirms wood pellets are 48% lower heat cost than #2 heating oil, and 121% […]
Come to Froling’s PDC Open House to Celebrate National Bioenergy Day
Wednesday October 18 1-4 PM at the Froling Office & PDC Production Plant, 590 Hancock Rd (Rt 202 N) in Peterborough NH
With a Special Gathering at 3 PM in Froling’s New Boiler Building. With statements by representatives of US […]
Come to our PDC Open House to Celebrate National Bioenergy Day
This is our fourth winter making and delivering PDCs–our dry wood chip fuel that is making heating with Biomass much more competitive in the Northeast. Froling Energy was first in the US to make them.
PDCs cost 35% less than wood pellets PDC […]
By George Harvey
In May of 2015, a team of researchers headed by Dr. Mark Z. Jacobson of Stanford University published a paper, “100% clean and renewable wind, water, and sunlight (WWS) all-sector energy roadmaps for the 50 United States.” It proposed a set of roadmaps to eliminating of our use of fossil fuels, […]
Is your town, school, or business considering this type of switch? Now is the perfect time to audit your facility to see what type of biomass system can work and at what cost. This is a valuable service made possible through a US Forest Service grant at little to no-cost to your organization or […]
by G.E.T. staff
The October 2016 issue of Green Energy Times had two different articles on heat pumps. Based on the comments we received, we wish to clarify the relationship of heat pumps to fossil fuel consumption.
Heat pumps are highly efficient, in terms of the amount of heat they deliver versus […]