Let’s get together to help homeowners and business owners save energy and money to heat their homes and buildings! Econoburn has the best-built, most efficient wood-fueled boilers made in America and we have partnered up with New York State and YOU to provide a service to our customers.
Governor Cuomo has just launched a $27 million initiative to build the market for high-efficiency, low-emissions wood heating systems here in New York State.
The program is aimed at developing more clean technology manufacturing in the state, utilizing low-emissions wood heating systems for residential and commercial installations. We need you, the Contractors, to get started working with customers to install our Econoburn Wood-Fuel Boilers and cash in on the rebates and incentives provided by the Renewable Heat New York.
Here is your chance to help homeowners and business owners to retire and recycle their wood boilers and wood stove technologies and save up to $8,000 by replacing them with high-efficiency wood heating systems. Econoburn has been selected to take part in the program. For more information or to speak to an Econoburn representative, call 1-866-818-5162.
Approved Eligible Installer/Contractors must complete the manufacturer’s training for the boiler brand they are installing. In addition, one individual from the company must successfully complete the Renewable Heat NY biomass training: “Hydronics for High Efficiency Biomass Boilers” within six (6) months of submission of your application in order to participate in the program.
The Instructor-led training dates are as follows:
- September 9, 2014 from 8:00am – 5:00pm at Mohawk Valley Community College, 1101 Sherman Drive, Utica, NY 13501
- September 16, 2014 from 8:00am – 5:00pm at TEC-SMART at Hudson Valley Community College, 345 Hermes Road, Malta, NY 12020
- Tuesday October 14, 2014 from 8:00am – 5:00pm at The Lake Lodge at Alfred State College, 6107 Terbury Road, Alfred Station, NY 14803
Don’t miss an opportunity to get a step-up on the competition!
Sign-up for training at http: www.nyserda.ny.gov/renewableheat