Consultation Forum on Biomass Heating Systems
Competent advice for high-output biomass projects – for municipalities, industry and housing companies and cooperatives
The planning of large biomass heating systems in power classes over 100 kW (often combined with a district heating network) is complex. The design of the boiler and the pipe routing in the heating network, as well as the supply and storage of the fuel, must be well thought out to ensure that operation runs smoothly.
The ´Consultation Forum on Biomass Heating Systems´ will offer free and unbiased advice on high-output biomass heating systems to municipal and industrial energy officers, specialist building services planners, HVAC trade professionals and interested parties from housing companies and cooperatives.
Do you have enquiries regarding system design, or problems that have arisen during the planning or the realization of a real project? Or are you looking for general information on high-output biomass heating systems and/or subsidization possibilities? Throughout the exhibition, many experienced experts and professionals from the field of biomass energy will be on hand for individual appointments.
Apply here or by telephone (+49 761/79177-0 from Monday to Friday 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:30pm–5:30pm CET) until September 29 to make an appointment with a competent, experienced and unbiased energy planner or energy consultant. Consultation sessions last around an hour and can be booked here.
A confirmation of your consultation session will be sent to you along with two entry vouchers to Interpellets 2011.
The consultation will be provided in german language, only a few consultants are english speaking. Please ask for, if you want to be adviced in english.
The consultation forum on biomass heating systems is organized in cooperation with:
• Energieagentur Regio Freiburg
• Klimaschutz- und Energieagentur Baden-Württemberg GmbH (KEA)
• Energie-Beratungs-Zentrum Stuttgart e. V. (EBZ)
The consultants are employees or cooperation partners (engineering firms, energy consulting firms, etc.) of these institutions.