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Summer 2011 Steamlines

Check out the Summer 2011 issue of Nationwide Boiler's Steamlines. You will find some highlights of Nationwide's accomplishments this year, such as the addition of our new rep Thermal Energy, a recap from some of our company events, and an example of how Nationwide responds to emergency rental situations. To read more, check out the link!

http://www.nationwideboiler.com/pdfs/steamlines_summer_2011.pdf
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Thermal Energy Services Inc. Announced As New Representative

Fremont, CA, July 26, 2011.... Nationwide Boiler Inc. continues to expand internationally with the signing of its newest representative, Thermal Energy Services Inc. (TES), located in Alberta, Canada. TES provides industrial construction, maintenance and fabrication services for steam and power facilities. The company has extensive project experience in the oil, gas, power, and pulp and paper industries. This agreement with Nationwide Boiler Inc. increases TES' product offerings, which includes the rental and sale of mobile boiler rooms, trailer-mounted boilers and skid-mounted boilers.

Larry Day, Nationwide Boiler's Vice President of Sales & Marketing, states, "Thermal Energy's experience in engineering, construction, assembly and repair work to customers in Alberta and British Columbia will greatly aid in the creation of new boiler rental and sale opportunities. Their commitment towards complete customer satisfaction is a powerful asset and we look forward to a long-term partnership supporting both new and previous customers."

Founded in 2003, Thermal Energy Services is a multi-disciplined construction, design, procurement, fabrication and maintenance company. Their business model centers on private ownership, employee participation, performance measurement and complete customer satisfaction. For more information, visit www.thermalenergy.ca.

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New EPA Requirements for the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Quickly Approaching

The EPA has provided guidance to facilities that may be subject to the mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reporting Rule, which covers GHG emissions from stationary fuel combustion and other sources. Facilities that generate greater than 25,000 mt CO2 from stationary combustion sources are covered by the program and are required to register by August 1, 2011. The reporting of 2010 greenhouse gas emissions is due by September 30, 2011.

For additional details about the program or the new reporting tool, visit the links below:
Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program's Website: www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/ghgrulemaking.html

GHG Applicability Tool: http://www.epa.gov/cleanenergy/energy-resources/calculator.html

GHG Emissions Information: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/ghgemissions/

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Free Webinars Offered by the US DOE

The US DOE Gulf Coast Clean Energy Applications Center is offering new webinars on various topics in July, August and September. All the webinars are free and Continuing Education Units (CEU's) can be provided on request for attendance. These webinars are perfect for plant managers, engineers and operators.  Click here for details.

Renewable CHP Using Biomass Feedstocks


Wed., July 27, 2:00-3:00 a.m. CDT 



Guest speakers from Resource Dynamics Corporation and Nexterra Systems Corp will present on the following topics: first steps to consider while evaluating biomass CHP applicability, biomass market outlook, issues and challenges, gasification, case studies and biomass CHP system performance and costs.
Host: Krishnan Umamaheswar, GC RAC

Guest speakers: Paul Lemar, Jr., Resource Dynamics Corp; Johnathon Wilkinson, Nexterra Systems Corp.


Trigeneration Using Adsorption Chillers


Thurs., Aug. 25, 10:00-11:00 a.m. CDT 


The webinar will focus on the basics, applications, and comparisons of adsorption chiller technologies. Wes Livingston from Eco-Max Chillers will present on the following topics:




  • Basics of adsorption chiller

  • Comparisons between adsorption, absorption, and mechanical chillers

  • Applications and product offerings

  • Comparative economic and technical analysis of trigeneration and Solar PV


Host: Krishnan Umamaheswar, GC RAC  
Guest speaker
: Wes Livingston, Power Partners, Inc.

 


CHP: Core Principles and Technologies


Thurs., Sept. 1, 10:00-11:00 a.m. CDT 


The webinar will be focus on core principles and technologies of CHP. The value proposition of CHP, environmental benefits, and energy efficiency benefits will also be discussed. The webinar will also explore the rich diversity of technologies included under the "CHP umbrella".


Speaker: Dan Bullock, GC RAC


 


CHP Feasibility Studies: Process and Software Tools


Wed., Sept. 7, 10:00-11:00 a.m. CDT 


Learn how the GC RAC conducts technical evaluations of potential CHP projects. Both screening analyses (monthly evaluations) and detailed analyses of recently analyzed projects will be included. An overview of available tools and software will also be presented.

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