Duluth Energy Conference 2013
Minnesotans are a hardy group, especially when it comes to winter. When it's -20 F and the wind is blowing 20 mph, you better make sure your buildings are up for the challenge.
For the past 22 years, design professionals from the upper midwest have gathered in Duluth , MN to exchange ideas on energy efficient shelter. This year, I've been invited to present a full day program on how hydronic heating can play role in low energy use housing. This session will discuss the heating and cooling characteristics of low-energy houses. It will survey a variety of hydronic hardware for creating, distributing, and delivering both heating and cooling in low-energy homes. It will also discuss what to avoid in these systems.
This session will take place from 8:00 to 4:30 on February 25. The conference will run from then through the 27. If you're interested in cutting edge hydronics for low energy buildings, please join us.
The link below provides more information on the event and registration.