Increasing Residential Boiler Efficiency
About the Webinar
Although high-efficiency condensing boilers have been available in the residential market for many years, consumer acceptance and market penetration is low. One contributing factor is that many mechanical contractors believe condensing boilers don’t achieve their listed efficiency. For this project the team characterized existing boilers and determined practical, cost-effective steps to improve performance through retrocommissioning and improved installation.
CEE’s Director of Residential Programs, Rebecca Olson, and Senior Research Engineer Ben Schoenbauer dive deeper into project findings and discuss quality installation and retrocommissioning best practices that can be integrated into utility conservation improvement programs.
Learn more about this research on the project page
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Webinar slides: Increasing Residential Boiler Efficiency with Retrocommissioning & Improved Installation
This project was supported in part by a grant from the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources through the Conservation Applied Research and Development (CARD) program. And with co-funding by CEE in support of its nonprofit mission to advance research, knowledge dissemination, and program design in the field of energy efficiency.