Biomass Boilers - Wood Pellet TechnologyRenewable heating solutions like Biomass Boilers are not only cost-effective, but they will help to reduce your carbon footprint and your reliance on fossil fuels as well.
By burning waste wood products in the form of wood pellets, the volume of harmful carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is significantly reduced, thus making a small contribution to minimising climate change.
Using wood pellets as fuel tends to be cheaper per kWh than traditional fuels like natural gas and the much more expensive heating oil and LPG. But like heating oil and LPG, wood pellets require storage facilities as well.
Wood Pellet Boiler DesignBiomass boilers are an environmentally friendly, safe and convenient way of heating your home using wood pellets as fuel. Most biomass boilers are fully automatic, and perform more like traditional gas or oil-fired boilers, with advanced controls to regulate the amount of fuel required to match your heat demands at any specific time.
Biomass boilers tend to be larger than their gas or oil-fired equivalent, so are best suited to spacious properties with sufficient room for both installation and wood pellet storage.
Self-Cleaning Biomass BoilersSome wood pellet boilers like those manufactured by Grants and installed by Welsh Plumbing, have a self-cleaning function, which reduces the need for you to perform regular cleaning. The Grant's Spira Wood Pellet Boiler range for example, combines easy installation with straightforward daily operation and low maintenance, and was awarded Best Renewable Energy Product 2011 by the Sustainable Energy Authority - SEAI.
RHI - RENEWABLE HEAT INCENTIVE SCHEMETo encourage consumers to invest in and start using less fossil fuel energy and more eco-frienly, renewable energy sources, the UK government has introduced the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme, or RHI for short.
Registered participants in the RHI scheme get paid a tariff for every 1kWh of energy they produce using an approved renewable energy installation. Approved Biomass Boilers which have been installed after 15 July 2009 may qualify for the payments. Terms and conditions apply. Click here for more information.
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