Central Dry Chip Boiler System Heats Private School Campus

The centralized biomass boiler system that heats the High Mowing campus burns PDCs, Froling Energy’s “precision dry wood chips”. PDCs burn efficiently and cleanly and have a net cost that is 35% less than wood pellets. Froling Energy executed the whole project from the demolition …

Energy-Saving Pellet Boiler Installed in Rutland High School

Froling Energy joined with Johnson Controls in Manchester, NH to provide a total energy saving package that included a Viessmann Vitoflex 300-RF boiler with a maximum output of 1.84 million BTU per hour. This highly efficient boiler covers over 85% of the annual heating load of …

Biomass Boiler Keeps School Warm in Snowy Stowe Vermont

The Stowe Middle School and Stowe High School sit beside each other covering 160,000 square feet and sharing a large central boiler room. In the summer of 2013, a modestly-sized pellet boiler system (3 identical Fröling boilers) with a maximum output of only 1.5 million BTUs/hour …

Two Biomass Boiler Rooms Installed at Whelen Engineering

Whelen Engineering now heats most of their 330,000 square foot campus in Charlestown, New Hampshire with Froling Energy’s PDCs—our screened semi-dry wood chips. Whelen Engineering produces a wide range of popular high-intensity emergency lighting devices for police cars, emergency vehicles, airports and race tracks. Two …

The Elementary school in Charlestown NH is heated with two Froling

Schools and Institutions: Sector Overview

Institution and School Heating System Challenges Most public and private school facilities are large, older buildings that consume a large amount of heating fuel each winter. Retrofitting wood chip or pellet boilers into schools can usually be accomplished with a very good return on investment. …

PDC Biomass Boiler System part of Major School Renovation

A major renovation of Stevens High School was long overdue. The 90-year-old building had many needs and finally, a Performance Contract with Johnson Controls Inc. gave them everything they needed in a property tax-neutral contract. Switching to biomass had also been a priority years. Their …

Commercial and Industrial: Sector Overview

This Sector includes a wide variety of businesses, organizations and buildings and most have the common thread of needing a reliable and economical heating source. When a fuel is locally sourced, from the woods to delivery, it really does support the local economy. Statistics show …

The Hopkinton, NH DPW Garage HEATS LOCAL with wood pellets!

State and Municipal: Sector Overview

Governments need to do their best to fit into and support the local economy of our New England towns. Since there are no oil or gas wells in our region, the most appropriate fuels for town buildings come from trees—our most important natural resource. Whether …