Altren Energy, LLC            
Geothermal & Solar Energy Systems

Summer-Fall 2017


Upon installation contract approval 50% of the cost of feasibility study is REIMBURSED.

 

A feasibility study report for the geothermal heating/cooling system includes:


1. Location Potentials Analysis Overview: visit to construction site

2. Heat loss/gain calculation for the entire house / building structure

3. Heat loss/gain calculations for the individual spaces within the building structure

4. Improved insulation suggestions (NYS & BPI standards )

5. Conceptual geothermal system configuration design and sizing

6. Investment comparison, payback period analysis 

7. Operating cost and energy cost comparison calculations

 

In order to perform calculations for the heat loss/gain we need information about the building’s conditioned spaces that include:

              

1.    Floor plans for all the conditioned levels
2.    Elevation plans with all window information (sizes, types, manufacturer, quantity, R or U values)
3.    Building orientation / exposure N-S

4.    Basement construction: walls (materials and insulation), windows, ceiling (materials and insulation), partitions
5.    1st Floor Construction: walls (materials and insulation), windows, ceiling (materials and insulation), partitions
6.    All additional floors information as specified in 5
7.    Roof structure type, materials, insulation values
8.    Occupancy type (number of people in the household or max occupancy for the public spaces)
9.    Internal gains (kitchen appliances, fireplaces)
10.  Air Tightness (Leaky, Average, Tight)

     

    FEES: Single family household: $1,000.00

                Multiple family household above 2000 sq ft up to 6000 sq ft => $1 / sq ft

                Commercial properties up to 15000 sq ft - PLEASE CALL / email

                Larger Commercial and Industrial developments - PLEASE CALL / email

     

    Upon installation contract approval 50% of the cost of feasibility study is REIMBURSED.

    Altren Energy, LLC is NATE and Energy Star Certified Contractor. Altren uses ACCA Eight Edition of Manual J software to calculate loads and design HVAC systems. The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) is a nonprofit trade association of HVACR contractors with national headquarters located in Washington D.C. ACCA represents and serves contractors who design, install, service and repair air conditioning, heating, refrigeration, humidification, dehumidification air purification and ventilation systems.

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