Evoworld, Meach Cove Farms, and the Promise of Grass Biomass

The use of grass biomass as a heating fuel has long held the promise of a fast growing, renewable, locally sustainable, and carbon neutral energy source. Unfortunately, grass biomass is a relatively new concept in the US and there are still many questions that need to be answered before grass can be fully utilized. Growers…


Product Spotlight – P14 & P28 Pellet Boilers

This month we bring into the spotlight our two most popular residential models, our P14 and P28 pellet boilers. The power range of these two boilers fits the needs of most of our residential customers who choose an Evoworld pellet boiler. Our model P14 pellet boiler supplies 50,000 Btu’s and when used with the recommended…


Why Biomass?

The use of biomass fuels for residential and commercial heating has grown exponentially over the past few years. An increase in the number of suppliers of pellets and wood chips has contributed to a more reliable supply of fuels and has stabilized prices. At the same time, customers have seen high quality biomass boilers like…

Paul Smith's College

Paul Smith’s College Heats Campus with Evoworld

Paul Smith’s College is installing a highly sustainable, state-of-the-art Evoworld wood-pellet boiler system, which will heat its three academic buildings. See: Paul Smith’s, NYSERDA partner on renewable energy. This project is one of the first uses in New York State of a high-efficiency and low-emission wood pellet boiler heating system to heat multiple buildings. Paul…


Clarkson University Installs Wood Pellet Boilers

Two fully automatic wood pellet boilers made by Evoworld in Troy, NY have been installed by Clarkson in residential locations near the school. These advanced biomass heating systems include thermal storage tanks and bulk pellet storage, making them as convenient as traditional oil or propane solution.

Philip K. Hopke, a professor and director of the Institute for a Sustainable Environment at Clarkson University

Helping an Organic Farm Test Biomass Heating

Meach Cove Farms, a 1,000-acre organic farm in Shelburne, Vermont, is no stranger to exploring and using local, renewable resources to offset oil-based heating. After all, they’ve been running wood pellet boilers since 2007, are one of the state’s five test sites for seed trials of grass species, and have established important connections and collaborations…

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Lou Okonski giving a tour of EvoWorld factory

NY Offers up to $150,000 for Biomass Heating

On July 29, 2014, John Rhodes, president and CEO of NYSERDA ,and Joe Martens, DEC commissioner, held a press conference at Evoworld in Troy, NY to announce the roll-out of a comprehensive set of programs to build a regional wood-fired heating industry under Governor Cuomo’s Renewable Heat NY initiative.