What is Biomass?

Wood-fuelled heating systems, also called biomass systems, burn wood pellets, chips or logs to provide warmth in a single room or to power central heating and hot water boilers. Biomass is a renewable, low carbon fuel, fuel producing a fraction of the Carbon emissions of fossil fuels. Its production and use brings  environmental and social benefits.  Correctly managed, biomass is a sustainable fuel that can deliver asignificant reduction in net carbon emissions when compared with fossil fuels.

SAVE

Save up to 70% on your energy costs

INSTALL ANYWHERE

Install in your lounge, in a utility area or even outside!

REPLACE YOUR OLD BOILER

Replaces your existing boiler/heat radiators/water.

FOR COMMERCIAL BUSINESSES ALSO

Commercial Biomass Boilers are also available!

LORRY FUEL DELIVERY

Fuel store options for pellet delivery by lorry (just like oil).

RELIABLE

Extremely reliable, over 90% efficient!

MINIMAL ASH

Only requires emptying every 4-6 weeks.

FINANCE

Finance options available.

What are the environmental benefits of Biomass?

The use of biomass energy provides a multitude of environmental benefits. It can:

Help mitigate climate change, reduce acid rain; prevent soil erosion and water pollution; minimise pressure on landfills; provide wildlife habitat; and help maintain forest health through better management.

The use of biomass will reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions. Fossil fuels emit vast quantities of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere upon combustion, carbon that would otherwise remain trapped underground. Biomass also releases carbon dioxide as it burns, but the carbon dioxide released during combustion was absorbed during the plant’s life, and would eventually be released as the organic matter decays, to be absorbed by other plants that are in the growth stages – thus creating a closed carbon cycle.

What else?

As well as reducing reducing your carbon footprint there are other benefits to biomass too:

  • The Government backed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which pays you for domestic heat produced from a renewable source for 7 years. The payment is ‘deemed’ at the outset, based on the requirements of your property, so you know exactly what benefit you will enjoy from day 1.
  • The Renewable Heat Incentive RHI) is reviewed by OFGEM quarterly so act now to benefit from the lucrative scheme.
  • Even better news, the payments will increase every year in line with Inflation for the full 7 years that the incentive runs and are TAX FREE
  • The Renewable Heat Incentive RHI) is reviewed by OFGEM quarterly so act now to benefit from the lucrative scheme.