Biomass Energy

What is biomass energy?

Energy from nature’s resourcesBiomass energy

Biomass boilers produce energy from burning wood from sustainable sources to generate your heating and hot water supplies.

Different fuel sources can be used too, including forest and tree surgery waste, energy crops and agricultural waste. Typically, wood pellets are used, however, where properties have their own fuel source, wood chips or logs are also popular.

Energy efficient?

Biomass boilers are a well-proven and reliable heating source. They can suit a range of projects from a small domestic home to large industrial projects where multiple boilers are linked together producing heating and hot water for a variety of uses.

  • Sustainable energy sources
  • Carbon neutral
  • More efficient than gas or oil
  • Reduces your energy bills
  • Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments [link to page] often covers installation costs

How does it work?

Biomass boilers work in a similar way to a gas or oil boiler and quite simply replaces your existing boiler. Through burning sustainable fuel, it creates all the heat needed for your central heating and hot water system. It can produce the same level of heat, from using lower cost, and environmentally friendly, carbon-neutral fuels.

Who uses biomass boilers?

  • Older properties
  • Agricultural properties
  • Country estates
  • Rural commercial units
  • Off-gas properties
  • Older properties
  • Barn / farm conversions
  • Remote, off-gas dwellings
  • Buildings with low-level insulation

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