NEW HAMPSHIRE WOOD ENERGY COUNCIL
Professional Guidance on Conversion to Wood Heat Systems
May 2018: Proud to support the Feel Good Heat campaign, a collaborative effort by environmental and community development non-profits, wood pellet producers, and Automated Wood Heat systems distributors across New England and New York. Together, we’re growing energy independence here at home, creating local jobs and supporting our forested landscape.
WHAT WE DO
The New Hampshire Wood Energy Council provides information, ambassador, and coaching services to institutions looking to install modern wood energy systems. Learn more about our services here.
The New Hampshire Wood Energy Council maintains an extensive list of resources, including financial calculators, experts, incentives, archived presentations, and more. View our compilation of resources here.
Biomass heating systems save heating costs and keep fuel dollars in the local economy. It reduces our dependence on imported fuels and also reduces greenhouse gas emissions and other air pollutants. Even better, biomass creates jobs and supports strong markets for low-grade wood, keeping forests un-developed. It is a renewable, sustainable resource.
ABOUT NH WEC
The New Hampshire Wood Energy Council is a not-for-profit partnership that provides professional guidance to support growth in commercial and institutional heating with wood. NHWEC brings together individuals, organizations, businesses, industry associations, and government agencies interested in the sustainable use of our renewable forests to help bring energy independence and economic prosperity to the Granite State.
The Wood Energy Council is coordinated by the NH Sustainable Energy Association (NHSEA) and funded through a grant from the USDA Forest Service.
MAP OF INSTALLED COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS
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Below are some example projects completed with the help of the NH Wood Energy Council.
Download the full list of statewide commercial wood energy systems here.