Ecobuild 2018 marked INNASOL’s eighth consecutive presence at the show.

Although a quieter show in comparison to previous years it was still a successful exhibition with some rather promising opportunities to arise from it. We had a busy three days talking to new clients as well as meeting with many of our current partners so thank you to those who made the journey and popped in to say hello.

Our stand was designed and filled to showcase our main products which included two ETA biomass boilers: an ETA PU 7 alongside the brand new ETA eHack 20kW and a Sokratherm Gas CHP unit which is an impressive piece of equipment on its own. With efficiencies up to 96% this technology is perfect for a wide range of projects whether it be schools, hotels, distilleries – it can work!

The one thing that did take us by surprise this year was the lack of presence from the biomass industry, asides from Innasol showcasing the ETA brand – biomass was extremely under represented at the show. Ecobuild was labelled as the leading show for the renewables industry so it is extremely disappointing for us to witness the reduction in size as well as the reduced renewables attendance over the past few years. It goes without saying the biomass industry has faced some challenges however it is important to note that it is still a great solution to lower the cost of your energy bills and although RHI tariffs have dropped you can still receive some incredible paybacks which you would otherwise not be entitled to.

As with everything at INNASOL we are proud of what we help to achieve, install and maintain every day. We are constantly improving our offering to ensure we can provide the best services to our customers and our partners.

If you want to discuss a project or think you want to become an INNASOL partner then please contact us to speak with a dedicated member of the INNASOL team.

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