Why Consider a Biomass Heating System?

Environmental Impact

Renewable heat means greater energy security for the UK at a time when a “business-as-usual scenario” will leave the UK dependent on imports of 80% of our natural gas requirement by 2020.Sea life

The UK’s entire Renewable Energy Strategy, covering heat, electricity and transport is estimated to reduce fossil gas imports by 20-30% by 2020.

Biomass will play a major role in this reduction. The technologies involved are proven and available, and in most cases have been used for many years.

Cost Implications and Considerations

poundsWe understand that the investment required in installing a biomass system can be substantial, therefore we only supply and install biomass products which have a proven track record of reliability and sustainability.
Domestic and Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
Heat your home for less, go green and receive quarterly payments for 7 years!

RHI is a government incentive which will pay a fixed amount per year to those who install renewable heat equipment, such as wood fuel boilers, which must be MCS approved. Payments will be made either on the exact amount of heat produced, or on the amount it is anticipated the installation will provide. 

Diversity of Application
The great diversity of renewable heat technologies means that renewable heat can work in almost any situation, making it an attractive option for the 2 million homes off the gas grid, where heating options are more limited and significantly more costly.

Renewable heat avoids emissions and costs associated with the generation of heat energy from fossil fuels. The increasing demand for sustainable wood fuel will also provide an incentive for active investment and management of UK woodlands, allowing for greater biodiversity.

Ambient technologies such as solar thermal are already popular, making up the great majority of micro-renewable installations in the UK today, and integrating easily into biomass systems.

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