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AFE Chapter 140 Event Registration

  • Wednesday, December 05, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • 1800 Southwood Drive, Nashua, NH

Registration

Two Technical Presentations

AFE Chapter 140 will be handing our certificates of contact hours at this event for those needing credits for certifications. Earn credits toward your AFE certification or certification renewal.



Solar Presentation

by ReVision Energy


ReVision Energy is an employee-owned solar company. As a full service renewable energy contractor, we provide a full range of engineering, design, installation and equipment services for homes, businesses, municipal buildings and nonprofits. ReVision Energy is a leader in solar installations in the northeast. With five locations in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire and over 250 employees, ReVision Energy has a tremendous amount of experience and expertise in the solar field. This presentation will be focused on residential solar installations including solar electric, solar heating and solar powered water heaters. ReVision Energy will also be talking about rebate programs and financing options for solar installations. We are gearing this presentation to the residential market as it will be of great interest to our members. If you have questions about commercial applications, please present them at this session also.


Low Temperature Heating Design

by Michael Trinidad of Trinidad Engineering


Trinidad Engineering provides Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC&R) Engineering Services to clients in industries ranging from manufacturing to schools and hospitals. With a proven track record in Engineering Design, Energy Conservation Studies, Troubleshooting, and Industrial Controls Engineering, our Team of Engineers represents a combined total of 45 years experience with HVAC&R systems. Michael will be giving a presentation on low temperature heating design and the advantages of using low temperature heating in terms of comfort and efficiency gains compared to the traditional high temperature heating systems many of us are familiar with.


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