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50 Miles Street, Greenfield, MA 01301
Bales Energy Associates has three workshops currently available: “High-Performance, Energy-Efficient ‘Green’ Heating Systems”, “Cold-Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems” and "Air-Source Heat Pumps, Mini-Splits & Heat Pump Water Heaters".  Case studies for multiple new and retrofit applications are included in both, using photographs and graphics.  The sessions are fast-paced and interactive, with plenty of opportunity for questions.  Each takes one business day with a break for lunch, and could be tailored for audiences of professionals or interested non-professionals, with 10 to 30 participants.  If your group would be interested in sponsoring a session, please be in touch.
Upcoming Bales Energy Associates Heating Workshops

2017:

Jan 19 - Brattleboro, VT - Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems

Feb 24 – Albany, NY – Air-Source Heat Pumps, Mini-Splits, and Heat Pump Water Heaters

Mar 23 – Fort Washington, PA – Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems

Mar 24 – Jessup, MD – Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems

Apr 20 – Syracuse, NY – Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems

April 21 – Buffalo, NY – Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers and Other Renewable Thermal Heating

* Sign up for seminar when posted at halfmoonseminars.com Please call 715-835-5900 (HalfMoon Education, Inc.)  for detailed directions.

Other Upcoming Workshops


Watch this website for links for future Bales Energy Associates’  “High-Performance, Energy-Efficient, ‘Green’ Heating System Workshops”, ”Cold Climate Heat Pumps, Pellet Boilers & other Renewable Thermal Heating Systems”, or “Air-Source Heat Pumps, Mini-Splits & Heat Pump Water Heaters” Workshops in association with HalfMoon Education, Inc., Sustainable Energy Outreach Network (SEON)  & with Greenfield Community College Workforce Development Program