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40kW BURNiT Pelleburn installation in Rathfriland, Co.Down

40kW BURNiT Pelleburn Pellet Boiler Here is an example of a 40kW BURNiT Pelleburn Pellet Boiler installed in conjunction with a 3.5 tonne galvanised pellet store. The store is connected directly into the burner via a 3m external auger for simplicity. A purpose built boiler room was constructed for the Pelleburn, that also has the original oil […]

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Wood Pellet Silos

Wood Pellet Silos For Biomass Boilers Wood Pellet Silos are easy to assemble, cost effective solutions for Biomass Installations. Coupled with an Auger or Vacuum system enabling automatic filling of the boiler on demand. This reduces time spent constantly feeding the boiler and offers the financial benefits of buying in bulk. Model Ranges: Mini Silo – 0.35 […]

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Business Values, Responsibility and Trust

Renewable Living offer a prize for the best performing business student at Brighton University studying business values, responsibility and trust. This years prize giving was on the 26th July 2013 and the prize was awarded to Francesca Betsworth, pictured below with  Roger Croft. Many people think that “renewables” are ethical by their very nature, however […]

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Fuel poverty in Wiltshire

The Daily Mail produced a report yesterday saying that fuel bills will continue to increase by a predicted 5-10 in the run up to Christmas. This pushes the average heating bill up to nearly £1600 per household, a doubling of prices in the last 7 years. The top 6 Energy companies have all reported an […]

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Energy Independence company launched

Plentifuel aim to create local supply chains and promoting heating systems within the New Forest area which will burn almost any kind of wood fuel and still be eligible for government subsidies, bringing down the cost of heating in rural areas for those who need it most, helping the environment and promoting energy independence. Nick […]

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