How Does Biomass Heating Save Money?

Monday, 20 August 2018

A modern style, fully automated biomass heating system can provide complete heating for your home or business as well as all your hot water needs. There are three different biomass fuel types, these being; wood pellets, wood chips and wood logs. As all biomass boiler wood must come from sustainable forestry to be eligible for government financial support (RHI...

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Meet the NEW ETA eHACK boiler

Thursday, 1 June 2017

ETA – Our chosen brand for small to medium scale biomass provide us with the most technology advanced, fully automatic and highly efficient small to medium scale biomass boilers available on the market. There is a full range of wood chip, wood pellet and log boilers that start from 7kW and go right up to 500kW, some of which...

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Chatham House report publishes incorrect statements on thriving biomass industry

Monday, 27 February 2017

‘The Impacts of the Demand for Woody Biomass for Power and Heat on Climate and Forests’ report by Chatham House has been released. The report includes a disappointing number of wrong and very misleading statements. Of course we cannot sit back and allow the uninformed opinions to have any impact on the way this thriving industry is perceived – we...

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Ecobuild: The Sixth Round

Monday, 15 February 2016

INNASOL will be making their sixth appearance at Ecobuild this year and if the past few years are anything to go by we are looking forward to a yet another successful show! Ecobuild is the leading UK exhibition for the construction and energy market, inspiring over 44,000 industry professionals from across the supply chain. The perfect platform for INNASOL...

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Abandoned forest has the ability to heat thousands of homes

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Unused English forests could easily replace about 3 million barrels of crude oil. … If we just went and picked it up. According to the Forestry Commission, about half of the woodland in England is under-managed. This means there is at least 2 million tonnes a year, that could be used for woodfuel and it is just sitting there as woodlands slowly...

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Renewable energy puts Drax on the map

Friday, 27 November 2015

Situated in between Leeds and Hull and with a population of only 500 people Drax has got heads turning within the renewable sector. Ever since 1971 Drax have been known as the home to the largest coal fired power station in Britain and also the largest in Europe! According to Yorkshire Post, Drax burns 36,000 tonnes of coal per...

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