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Anguilla Gets Its First SLIC

Bristol Travels to the Island

In 2013, Bristol Stickney, SolarLogic CTO, designed a combisystem for the planned construction of a 28-unit luxury resort on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. This month the SLIC controller will be installed with Bristol's oversight. The renewable energy heating system includes solar thermal panels and waste heat collection from air conditioning units. The heat will be used for hot water, laundry, pools and spas. Backup heat will be provided by propane boilers. The developer will see significant cost savings by offsetting the expensive fuel. The next phase of construction will include a second renewable energy heating system under SLIC control.

SLIC Turns a Long Drive into a Short Walk

Steve Skelton and son Adam Skelton of Malachite Plumbing and Heating installed a SLIC-controlled solar thermal system in northern New Mexico near the Colorado border. "The site is 140 miles from our office," says Steve. "I'm looking forward to monitoring, adjusting and troubleshooting the system from my desk instead of spending most of my day driving to do a service call. I'm saving time and the client's saving money."
SolarLogic Partners with Sandia National Labs to Advance Solar Thermal Hot Water Market
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June 16 Webinar (sign up below)

June 20-22 WISCONSIN

MREA Energy Fair 25th Anniversary. Bristol will give 2 classes. Claudia and Bristol available for meetings

Pacific Coast Builder's Conference (PCBC 2014)
at the Moscone Center. Exhibiting. Fred and Claudia available for meetings.

ASES/Intersolar Convention at Moscone Center. Bristol will give 2 presentations. Bristol, Fred and Claudia available for meetings.

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

July 14 Webinar (sign up below)


Full day seminar: "Integrating Solar Thermal & Renewables into Hydronic Heating and Cooling" Cont. ed. credits for architects, engineers and LEED professionals. The event is sponsored by Half Moon Seminars. More info here.


Find out more about SolarLogic’s award-winning design and control technologies for solar thermal and renewable energy hydronic heating systems.

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Read Bristol Stickney's latest article in Plumbing Engineer and Plumbing and Hydronics Contractor: The New Standard for Solar/hydronic Combisystem

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, icemelts and more.

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