Bosch Thermotechnology North America, Londonderry, NH, a leading provider of high quality water heating and comfort heating/cooling systems for homes and businesses, announced the opening of its newest Bosch Solutions Center for education and training of HVAC professionals in the latest sustainable technology advancements from the company. The 3,000 sq.ft. facility will offer hands-on application training on Bosch tankless water heaters, solar thermal water heaters, Florida Heat Pump (FHP Geothermal heat pumps and Buderus boilers).

“Geothermal and solar technologies are an essential component for sustainably addressing future residential and commercial energy needs. We are pleased to work with HVAC professionals and provide them hands-on training,” said Ervin Cash, President and CEO, Bosch Thermotechnology N.A.

“Not only will these professionals perform an excellent installation; they’ll often be very instrumental in consumer education. Our Solutions Centers are dedicated to providing the necessary practical and technical information to help the trade effectively drive the consumer adoption process.”

Sustainability is present throughout the facility. To comply with California’s strict water conservation codes, the center features a water reclamation system that will save up to 75,000 gallons of potable water per year. “In southern California where water conservation is critical, this is a huge accomplishment and we are pleased to contribute our support,” said Taylor Shaw, California Solutions Center Manager and Regional Portfolio Manager.

“This closed-loop reclamation system includes a large storage unit, high-head pump and evaporative rooftop chillers that regulate temperatures for the center’s five tankless demo units used for training.” Other features of the center include a classroom, a solar thermal installation education center, and a tankless water heater training and demonstration center.

Two other Bosch Solutions Centers operate in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. and Londonderry, NH, Bosch North America’s headquarters city.