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 […]Continue Reading →
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The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has announced its latest Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive update / consultation (RHI), on the 20th September, in its “Next Steps On Renewable Heat“. This scheme is still proposed to be launched in the summer of 2013 as originally planned. The signs are very encouraging especially for Solar Thermal and Biomass. […]Continue Reading →
Biomass Energy – What Is The Payback Period? Each renewable heating technology included in the RHI scheme has had a tariff applied to it. For Biomass boilers, an amount of peak hours has been allocated per annum. These 1,314 hrs. apply to every registered MCS biomass boiler installation. If these hours are used up, the […]Continue Reading →
Biomass is a form of renewable energy which has been around for thousands of years, but you’re probably asking yourself, how does biomass work? Although the name ‘biomass’ might sound a little bit fancy, it’s actually a very simple process, and one that you will be very familiar with. Biomass is essentially about harnessing energy […]Continue Reading →