Attempting to expand the North American wood heat sector, U.S. distributors seek proven European technology to further foster market development.
Ryan Hamilton of Interphase Energy shows off a high-tech wood pellet boiler — which is different than a pellet stove — that his company imports from Denmark.
When ReVision Heat was founded in 2008, the goal was simple: Reduce the amount of fossil fuels needed to heat Maine homes, primarily through the installation of pellet boilers.
Fuel providers say the heating method lags in Maine due to a lack of public awareness.
A conference touting the benefits of renewable energy opens Wednesday at the Cumberland County Civic Center, an opportunity being seized by advocates of Maine’s emerging pellet-fuel industry.
Following a very strong demand for bagged wood pellets and supply shortages from the last heating season, “wood pellet manufacturers are again working hard to fill late-arriving orders for additional loads of bagged pellets,” states Bill Bell of Maine Pellet Fuels Association. With the added complication of late and larger orders from retailers, bagged wood … Read more »
We were pleasantly surprised to have Kedel get mentioned in this Letter to the Editor in the Portland Press Herald. Thanks Clifford Hoover!
Maine should not move too fast on switch to gas
As I read about the probable move from … Read more »
Did you know you can reduce CO2 emissions by more than 90% per year by switching from an oil boiler to a fully automated Kedel pellet boiler? Today, more than 440,000 Maine homes and another 350,000 New Hampshire homes are heated with oil–two big reasons why ME & NH have … Read more »
After extensive testing by a nationally accredited lab, Kedel met or exceeded the rigorous standards set forth by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) allowing installation within the United States.
Each state, however, has additional standards that may also need to met. The two gold standards for boiler safety are the (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) … Read more »
Kedel made history yesterday when we put our first web enabled pellet boiler online in the U.S. Right now we are a small blip on the North American radar but we foresee many Kedel’s online in the near future. As a new company, we are excited about the potential of … Read more »