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Energy Efficient in 2019

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Top Tips on Making your Home more Energy Efficient in 2019 No more acute is the need to improve your home’s energy efficiency than in winter. As your heating bills soar, you want to be certain that you’re not wasting your money heating an inefficient home. For most homes, the largest energy cost comes from heating and yours is...

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What are sustainable forests?

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Biomass is fast becoming a viable alternative to traditional fossil fuels. In 2017 biomass accounted for approximately 17% of Great Britain’s renewable power. The key is of course to ensure that its source is indeed a renewable and sustainable one. Biomass, unlike most other renewable energy resources, is unique in being able to perform in a similar way to...

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Biomass Fuel Types

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Biomass fuels are renewable and also considered carbon-neutral. This is because, when they are burned, they release the same amount of carbon they absorbed during their time growing as plants and trees. Fuels can be seen as wet or dry and high or low density. The wetter fuels are lower in calorific value (meaning less energy per kilo) and...

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Training talk with Innasol certified partner

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

At Innasol we love a video, especially with the very friendly faced director of Scottish based Innasol certified partner Gibson and Goold, Jim Faulds. We took the time to catch up with Jim to find out what he thought the best element of the Innasol partner network was. “Training is everything” Jim explains. He believes training is the best...

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Touch controls on an ETA biomass boiler: explained

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

This week at INNASOL our Head of Sales Stuart Gibson has been put in the spotlight to explain via video how to use the touch screen controls on an ETA biomass boiler. This is one of many within our ‘How to’ video series and will help answer the simple but common questions we usually get asked in just a matter...

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Carbon emissions: who are the real culprits?

Saturday, 12 September 2015

China has always had a bad reputation as the world’s worst polluter, but it seems that we might have been slightly unfair in our opinion – A recent announcement states that China’s actual carbon emissions could be as much as 14% lower than originally thought. In light of this, we’re taking a look at the world’s main carbon emissions...

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