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CASE STUDIES

Rockingham County Complex

The Rockingham County Complex installed two wood chip boilers. 

High Standard Inc & E-Waste Recyclers, Jaffrey, NH

A manufacturing building in Jaffrey, NH, worked with Propell Energy to install a pellet boiler system. "The 1st year of operation yielded a reduction in fuel usage of over 30% from the historic average during a year that was colder than normal!"

Project Specifications
Building Size: 10,000 sq. ft. office space;  
                       90,000 sq. ft. manufacturing

Existing System Size: 4,000,000 BTU/hr oil boiler
New System Size: 1,000,000 BTU/hr pellet boiler
Previous Fuel Usage: 24,000 gallons #2 heating oil/ year
Current Fuel Usage: 30% reduction in gross input BTUs of historic average
 

 *pictures and information courtesy of Sandri

White Mountain School, Bethlehem, NH

The White Mountain School in Bethlehem, NH replaced a 1950's oil boiler with three self feeding pellet boilers. There is now a savings of $40,000 per year for heating their building.

Mascomba Valley Regional High School, Enfield, NH

At Mascoma Valley Regional High School, Froling installed three Froling P4-100 pellet boilers. These boilers have a total output of 1.023 million BTU’s per hour.

The large pellet silo can hold a full truckload of pellets. Pellets travel from the silo to the boilers through steel pipes. “The 500 gallon buffer tank gives the system a boost when heat is needed quickly”

*pictures and information courtesy of Froling

Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, Greensfield, NH

In the winter of 2007 Crotched Mountain began using their custom designed wood chip plant. "Crotched Mountain has contracted with a wood chip supplier 10 miles away and calls for chips that are matchbook sized or smaller, with consistent quality and moisture content. The supply contract runs for five years, and 
has a two percent price escalator. “So we know what our fuel costs are going to be for the next five years,” Redmond notes. “Nobody who’s using oil has any idea what their fuel costs are going to be.”"

*pictures and information courtesy of Biomass Energy Resource Center

PJ Noyes Inc, Lancaster, NH

Froling P4-100 pellet boilers at PJ Noyes in Lancaster, NH.  

*pictures and information courtesy of Froling

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