Key contact for media

Kelly Waughman – Innasol Office Manager
01621 892613

As the UK’s number one renewable energy company, we’re helping to heat thousands of homes and corporate buildings across the country. Our systems are installed and maintained by our highly trained local installation and servicing partners, using only the most efficient, cost-effective biomass boilers and heat pumps.

Quick Facts

  • Founded in 2010
  • CEO: Silvio Spiess
  • Innasol is the key market leader in biomass boiler sales in the UK
    • >20% market share
    • HQ & Training centre in Essex
    • Largest network for renewable heat in the UK
    • 10 staff, nationwide sales and technical support team
    • Multiple award winning
  • Best technology sourced from European market leaders
    • Innasol is sole distributor of ETA biomass systems
    • Innasol is main UK partner of Sokratherm gas-CHP and of Kohlbach biomass plants
  • Largest UK renewable heating network, innovative business model
    • >150 renewable heating specialist companies
    • >2,500 trained renewable heating experts
  • Market leader in the booming UK biomass boiler
    • >4,000 ETA biomass systems installed
    • >450MW installed heating capacity
  • ETA Biomass Systems
    • Boiler sizes from 7kW up to 500kW
    • For providing heat and hot water for domestic and non-domestic buildings eg. farms, hospitals, hotels, care homes, schools, golf clubs, etc.
    • Fuel types: pellets, wood chips, wood logs
    • Manufactured in Austria
    • Multiple award winning


Colleagues in media who are interested in renewable energy, biomass, heating with wood, sustainable heating can keep up with our best news by sending us an email here and we will keep you informed of positioning papers, events, and best case studies. We promise not to spam your inbox, we will just be in contact when something really interesting is going on.


To feed your interest further please take a look at the following topics with regards to renewable heating:

A step ahead

New world thinking


Beyond fossil fuels