Why are biomass boilers the best option for farms?

Friday, 23 November 2018

Farms are typically located in off-gas grid areas with a high heat demand and as such have limited choice when it comes to a heating system. In the past your only option was oil, but now supported by government incentives there is a better, more sustainable solution – biomass! A large oil tank (or multiple large oil tanks) are...

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Energy Advice for Architects – Why Should you Consider Biomass?

Monday, 19 November 2018

If you’re an architect designing a new building, commercial or domestic, biomass is an excellent solution for the building’s heating needs. Why? Well, biomass qualifies for the governments RHI scheme, meaning the building’s owners can earn money from it being in place. With better efficiency than oil or electric heating and with a 5 year warranty, ETA biomass boiler...

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Gwynedd – ETA SH Twin 30kW

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

ETA SH Twin 30kW Biomass Boiler Installation Partner: Menai Heating Project: The customer wanted to replace their outdated oil fueled boiler with a heating system that made use of an ample supply of logs and could easily be automated as they were often away from home. The solution was to provide space heating and hot water to the large detached property with outbuildings....

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The Old Rectory, Cirencester – ETA PE-K 45kW

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

ETA PE-K 45kW Biomass Boiler Installation Partner: Edge Renewables Project: Faced with ever increasing bills for heating their house with a traditional oil boiler, the owners of the Old Rectory needed to find a way of lowering their energy costs, whilst ensuring that the environment could also benefit by a reduction in the site’s carbon emissions. Solution: Recognising the...

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Farmhouse, Scotland – ETA Hack 90kW

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

ETA Hack 90kW Biomass Boiler Installation Partner: Dunster Biomass Heating Project: The customer wished to use his own timber to provide heat for a farmhouse, cottage, farm workshop and various ancillary buildings as well as to pre-heat air for his grain drying system. Solution: An ETA Hack 90kW boiler was installed with a fully networked controls to provide weather compensated heating for...

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Innes, Scotland – ETA Hack 200kW

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

ETA Hack 200kW Biomass Boiler Installation Partner: Dunster Biomass Heating Project: The client requested a system to minimise reliance on fossil fuels and maximise estate self-sufficiency. The principal requirement was to heat a large private house used for corporate entertainment and weddings which was costing in excess of £24,000 per year to heat with oil. The installation had to be sympathetic...

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