Why are biomass boilers so great for poultry houses?

Thursday, 6 December 2018

If you are a poultry farmer you will know the importance of maintaining a constant, regular temperature throughout your houses. Whether you raise chickens as broilers or layers, the ambient temperature plays a vital role. Too low or too high and the chickens become unhealthy. Unhealthy birds mean bad news for the animals, your customers and you. The younger...

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Renewable heating – questions, answered

Friday, 28 April 2017

Now we are starting to experience warmer weather in the UK and the peak heating season is coming to and end it is a great time to be thinking about renewable heating. We have spent the last couple of months at exhibitions and events talking about renewable heating in particular and we thought now is a good time to get...

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How will parliament’s schedule affect the RHI?

Friday, 21 April 2017

PARLIAMENT SCHEDULE 2nd May – Parliament Dissolve 8th June – General Election 21st July – Summer Recess 5th September – House Returns Our thinking is that the recent changes to parliament’s schedule mean that it is now very unlikely that RHI reform will be on the agenda between now and the general election on the 8th June. Clearly this throws into question...

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Non- domestic RHI regulations delayed

Monday, 3 April 2017

As one of the key organisations in the renewable energy industry we have been notified by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) that The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has withdrawn the non-domestic RHI regulations from parliament due to some technical drafting issues. They will re-lay the revised non-domestic regulations as soon as possible after the Easter break, which ends...

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Renewable energy in the lime light

Monday, 8 February 2016

As I’m sure you are all aware INNASOL have had their big break on Telegraph TV! If you still haven’t seen click here to watch! The film really gives you an in-depth insight to INNASOL as a company with all aspects covered from training, to our valued partners and great installations. Being the UK’s market leading renewable energy distributor...

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Renewable energy – 2025 to mark revolution

Monday, 23 November 2015

It has recently been announced that by 2025 the UK plans to close its coal fired power plants. According to HazardEx, Britain aims to close its polluting coal-fired power plants by 2025 under plans announced on 18th November, becoming the first major economy to put a date on shutting coal plants to curb carbon emissions. The desired outcome is...

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