- Reduce your Energy Bills.
- Receive a 7 year RHI income, tax free and index linked.
- Greatly Reduce C02 Emissions.
- Reduce Co2 Emissions
- Clean sustainable energy.
- Improve your Homes Energy (EPC) Rating.
Since Biomass Boilers were introduced they have been rapidly gaining popularity, especially as more efficient energy sources are becoming more popular to use on a daily basis. If you are considering finding a better source of energy to use in your own home, it is worth investigating more about biomass and how it can be used to create energy.
Biomass refers to a type of biological material which can come from different sources. There are different types of biomass available that can be used for energy, some of which are perhaps better known than others. For example one of the more widely known and utilised sources of biomass is wood.
Biomass heating systems burn wood pellets, chips or logs to provide warmth in a single room or to power central heating, hot water and underfloor heating systems. These systems can be equally efficient in a domestic or commercial situation.
A Biomass Boiler burns logs, pellets or chips and is connected to a central heating and/or hot water system. A wood-fuelled boiler could save you nearly £600 a year compared to electric heating.
Generate a 7 Year Income – Government Incentive:
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use eligible energy sources can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions and meet its renewable energy targets.
People who join the scheme receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, green renewable heat it’s estimated their system produces.
Since opening in April 2014, the scheme has already seen thousands of people successfully join and receive payments from the Government. For more information on the RHI, click here to visit the Ofgem Government website.
The benefits of biomass heating
- • Affordable heating fuel – although the price of wood fuel varies considerably, it is often cheaper than other heating options.
- • A low-carbon option – the carbon dioxide emitted when wood is burned is the same amount that was absorbed over the time when the plant was growing. The process is sustainable as long as new plants continue to grow in place of those used for fuel. There are some emissions caused by the cultivation, manufacture and transportation of fuel, but as long as it is sourced locally, these are much lower than fossil fuel emission.
- • Financial support – wood fuel boiler systems benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
For more information about Biomass Boilers and their installation and our range of Boilers contact us on 03335 772 544 to speak to one of our team or complete the enquiry form on the website.