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AllTherm: SolarLogic Gets a New Image

No, we're not changing the name of the company
but we are changing our image by marketing under the AllTherm brand. AllTherm more accurately represents
what we're doing: advancing the design and control  technology of multi-source, multi-load hydronic heating systems. Solar thermal, ground source heat pumps, wood/biomass, waste heat, conventional boiler...we do it all.

Malachite Plumbing:
Installer of the Year 2014

Congratulations to father and son, Stephen and Adam Skelton of Malachite Plumbing and Radiant Heating. The quality of their work (including meticulous wiring) and their enthusiasm for renewable energy heating earned them the prize.
Malachite was tied for the highest number of SLIC installs in 2014. Their marketing efforts to business owners and homeowners are starting to generate more business than they can handle so they have begun hiring additional technicians.

Alascorp: 2014 Distributor of the Year

Congratulations to Kerry Gronewold and his team in Fairbanks, Alaska for their great work in 2014. The State of Alaska now has the third most installations of SLIC systems in the US (after New Mexico and Colorado). Read more about Alascorp:

February 23: Two SolarLogic Trainings in Denver  (see below)

for geothermal heat pump, biomass and solar thermal heating systems

The Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) can provide  qualified small businesses and agricultural producers with a grant which will cover up to 25% of the costs of renewable energy heating/cooling system installations. Loan guarantees of up to 75% of the system cost are also offered. More info on the USDA website.
February 16 Webinar (sign up below)

February 21 Podcast

RPA (Radiant Professionals Alliance) HydroniX Talk featuring Bristol Stickney

Re-broadcast available here for RPA members or on our website.

February 23-25 DENVER
COSEIA Solar Power Colorado 2015. More info on conference.

February 23 DENVER TRAININGS: Take one or both!
SolarLogic training 9 am-12 pm

Combisystem Design training at the COSEIA Solar Power Colorado Conference at the Omni Resort and Conference Center in Broomfield.
Learn combisystem design using the free SLASH-D web-based program. The program generates a plumbing diagram, parts list complete with pricing, graphs, recommendations and calculations based on inputs you provide. When your primary loop-based design is complete, it will seamlessly integrate with the SLIC control system with literally no control programming required. NABCEP and NATE credits available. $60. Half-price for additional personnel. More info.

SolarLogic training 1 pm-6 pm

Follow up the morning's design training with the SLIC Integrated Controller Installer training. You will learn how to install the plug-and-play controller that runs the entire heating system (all sources and all loads). Additionally, using the VSLIC software, you will learn how to maintain and service all of your SLIC systems remotely. This includes monitoring, making adjustments to optimize the system for efficiency and comfort, getting instant energy measurements, and downloading and interpreting automatically generated data logs. You will learn to diagnose and even fix problems from your office via the internet. The SLIC system is guaranteed to work if you follow the plumbing diagram. NABCEP and NATE credits available. $100. Half-price for additional personnel. Laptop computer required. More info here.

March 2 Webinar (sign up below)

April 2-3 DENVER

Rocky Mountain Green USGBC Conference. More info here.

Full day design and controls training. NABCEP and NATE credits apply.


Find out more about SolarLogic’s award-winning design and control technologies for solar thermal and renewable energy hydronic heating systems.
Click on a webinar graphic to sign up.
Read Bristol Stickney's December 2014 article in Plumbing Engineer and Plumbing and Hydronics Contractor: Top 10 Reasons for Choosing Solar Heat, page 42.
Read all of Bristol's and Fred's articles here.

It's always an upgrade with SolarLogic's design and control technology for renewable and alternative energy hydronic heating and cooling systems. Sources can be conventional boiler, solar thermal, geothermal, wood/biomass boiler, fireplace, wood or masonry stove, waste heat from a generator or air conditioner and more. Loads can be space heating and cooling, DHW, pools, spas, ice melts and more.

Call us with your project: 505 577-4633.
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