News

June 2016
Malachite Plumbing: Installer of the Year 2015-2016

MalachiteFamilyWow! They’ve done it again! Two years in a row, father and son team, Stephen and Adam Skelton of Malachite Plumbing and Radiant Heating have won the AllTherm / SolarLogic Installer of the Year Award! We welcome Riley Skelton, the newest plumber-in-training, who is also shown with his Mom, Kayleigh & Grandmother, Susan.

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They service the huge geographic area of Northern New Mexico and have clients that are both on- and off-grid.

Stephen and Adam would like to call attention to their great and supportive assistant, Jeremiah Shelley. He has been working with Malachite Plumbing for two years.

Click here to see the entire newsletter in which they were featured.

May 2016
FarmPod & Solar Logic make the news

Click here to read the Santa Fe New Mexican’s article about Mike Straight’s Santa Fe startup. His FarmPod prototype, is a common-sense solution to food deserts. He came up with the  idea of putting a fully automated aquaponics system inside a shipping container. The garden is on the top and the fish are below. Water containing the fish’s waste is pumped up to the greenhouse on the second floor, where it trickles down through the vertical towers, feeding the roots of young plants. The clean water circulates back to the fish. We wish Mike great success with his new venture!

May 2015
Malachite Plumbing, SolarLogic’s Installer of the Year 2014 was featured in TecHome Contractor Magazine!

Feb 2015
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June 2014
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June 2014
SolarLogic Partners with Sandia National Labs to Advance Solar Thermal Hot Water Market.
Click the link to find out more about the product under development: a solar thermal domestic hot water system that is easy to install, has web-based control and monitoring, provides accurate energy measurements and security against Legionairres’ disease…all for the right price.

May 2014
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April 2014
SolarLogic’s SLIC controller is featured in an episode of DIY Network’s Building Alaska series. The home under construction is in a remote part of Alaska. The hydronic heating system includes both solar thermal (installed by Kerry Gronewald and his team from Alaska) and a geothermal heat pump (installed by Chuck Renfro).

April 21, 2014
SolarLogic receives a Small Business Administration grant to work with Sandia National Labs developing new energy management technology for domestic hot water tanks.

April 2, 2014
SolarLogic named “Green Business of the Year” by the Sustainable Santa Fe Commission. The award is for SolarLogic’s ongoing efforts to promote the renewable energy heating industry by developing leading-edge technology and training installers and building professionals nationally in the “New Standard” for green heating.

March 1, 2014
Jeff Stampfer of Eldorado Solar wins the prize for the most SLICs installed in 2013. Jeff installed five SolarLogic Integrated Controllers in northern New Mexico. Jeff selected a lovely Weber barbecue grill for his prize.

February 24-26, 2014
Planning on attending the COSEIA Conference in Denver February 24-26? Come a day early and take the SolarLogic workshop: Using the SolarLogic SLASH-D design website and the SLIC Controller.  The training is pre-conference on Monday, February 24. It qualifies for 8 NABCEP CEU credits. 

October 2013
SolarLogic is featured in The Santa Fe New Mexican for the numerous patents the company holds. Read the article here: SolarLogic’s Renewable Energy Technology Patents.

September 2013
SolarLogic is featured in Radiant Living Magazine for the Los Alamos Eco Station’s award-winning solar thermal heating/cooling system. Read the article here: SolarLogic Featured in Radiant Living Magazine

September 2013
SolarLogic wins first place in the Radiant Residential Retrofit category at the Radiant Professionals Alliance Conference. The award-winning installation features four heat sources including solar thermal collectors and waste heat recapture from a propane generator. Read the press release here: SolarLogic Wins First Place at RPA Conference

September 2013
Fred Milder, PhD and Bristol Stickney present Integrating Solar and Hydronic Heating in Buildings at the ASPE (American Society of Plumbing Engineers) Technical Symposium in Orlando, Florida.

March 2013
SolarLogic receives its fifth patent for solar thermal technology. The Self-cooling Collector eliminates the problem of solar collector overheating. See an illustration of the self-cooling collector and read the press release here: SolarLogic Receives Patent on Self-Cooling Collector.

September 2012
Solar Power International 2012 is September 10-13 in Orlando, FL. SolarLogic’s Fred Milder will hold a full day workshop entitled Using the SolarLogic SLASH-D design website and the SLIC Controller.  The training is post-conference on Friday September 14. The training qualifies for 8 NABCEP CEU credits.

June 2012
SolarLogic will be exhibiting at the 2012 MREA Energy Fair (Midwest Renewable Energy Association) in mid June. Click here to check out the MREA website.

April 2012
SolarLogic training qualifies for 8 NABCEP Continuing Education Credits. Read the press release here: SolarLogic NABCEP Continuing Education Provider.

February 2012
SolarLogic will be at the COSEIA (Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association) conference in Loveland – Colorado’s largest B2B event.  Come by our booth if you’re attending.

February 2012
SolarLogic announces a scheduled training on it’s two new flagship products – the SLASH-D and the Generation II SLIC.  The training is on March 10th at SolarLogic’s headquarters in Santa Fe, NM.  If you’re a heating contractor, give us one day and we’ll make solar heating part of your business.  If you’re already a solar heating contractor, give us one day and we’ll make your business easier and more profitable.

May 2010

SLIC system installed in Virginia and Commissioned over the Internet. Without SolarLogic ever having visited the homeowner site, a SolarLogic-trained installer (see below press release) installed a solar heating system with a SLIC in a home in Barboursville, Virginia, and had it commissioned over the internet by SolarLogic.

November 2009
First SLIC Installed in a Home
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SolarLogic installed the world’s first completely integrated hydronic heating system controller (SLIC) in a home in Placitas, NM.  The SLIC controls nine heating zones, domestic hot water production, the backup heating source, solar heat capture, storage and utilization, and is web interactive with the homeowner and SolarLogic.

May 2009
First SolarLogic Installer Training.
SolarLogic continues on its trajectory to dramatically expand the solar heating market in the US by training a dozen installers on its renewable energy heating system heating controller, the SLIC.  In a day-long seminar and hands-on workshop the installers were taught to install, commission and maintain a SolarLogic heating system run by the SLIC.

November 2008
City of Santa Fe Funds Solar Start-up.
SolarLogic receives $30,000 grant from the City of Santa Fe for startup activities.

July 2009
Development Laboratory Completed.
SolarLogic files patent application covering the SLIC concepts and implementation.

March 2009
Intellectual Property Filed.
SolarLogic files patent application covering the SLIC concepts and implementation.

March 2009
First Funding Round open.
SolarLogic LLC opens up membership to qualified investors in its start-up funding round.

August 2008
Fred Milder joins SolarLogic.  Fred joins Boaz and Bristol as third partner in SolarLogic adding state of the art product development expertise to the management team.

May 2008
Intellectual Property Filed.  SolarLogic files its first intellectual property application covering the design concepts to be incorporated in the SLASH-D product.

May 2008
SolarLogic LLC founded.  Boaz Soifer and Bristol Stickney found SolarLogic to exploit and expand on the design and heating concepts developed by Bristol over decades.