Selected Eco Energy Have been involved in the design, research, development and commissioning of a biomass boiler at the Kings Troop Royal Horse artillery in Greenwich. The project in London was completed in 2015 and use’s the horse manure bedding to generate heat for the site via the boiler...

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By: seladmin On: 4th August 2017 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Category of a waste wood boiler There are many different regulations around the types of waste biomass that can be burn in a boiler. Whichever waste that needs to be utilised, will determine the emission regulations that the environment agency set out for the given type of fuel, and...

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By: seladmin On: 24th April 2017 In: commercial biomass boiler Comments: 2

Commercial biomass boilers Things to consider There are many things to consider when you are looking to install a commercial biomass boiler. By far the most important thing is to do your homework on the installer. Most of the boilers that are sold in the UK have been around...

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Biomass Boilers Biomass boilers themselves can vary by as much as 40% for the same kilowatt output of boiler. This is because of several factors, the first being the type of fuel you wish to use, if you were looking to burn a very wet fuel then you would...

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By: seladmin On: 27th August 2016 In: Renewable Energy Comments: 0

Technology is changing everything, and its certainly changing how we heat domestic and commercial properties. These days the old fashioned electric storage radiator is getting replaced by efficient Far Infrared heating, so efficient that it can save up to 50% of your electricity usage. So, what is Far Infrared...

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By: seladmin On: 6th July 2016 In: Renewable Energy Comments: 0

These days most companies get their products delivered on wooden pallets. Pet shops,food stores, construction sites, furniture shops, DIY stores, in fact, any place that sells products probably get their deliveries on a pallet, but what happens to them afterwards? Don’t let them become waste pallets, put them to...

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By: seladmin On: 14th June 2016 In: Renewable Energy Comments: 0

You would think that by now the wood industry would have the recycling of wood waste all sewn up, but it isn’t the case. The European Union has set a target to reduce green-house emissions by 20 percent below 1995 levels by 2020, as well as to obtain 20...

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By: seladmin On: 31st October 2014 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Wood Chip v Wood Pellet   General rule There are economies of scale when it comes to the choice between the two fuels, as generally large consumers of heat can use wood chips because the scale of installation/cost needed to accommodate a wood chip delivery is justified by the...

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Introduction The renewable heat incentive was introduced in November 2011, with the domestic equivalent coming into force in April 2014. The aim of these schemes is to offset the cost difference between installing fossil fuelled heating against the cost of installing renewable technologies. Both schemes will pay out a...

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Introduction to biomass boilers system design and integration Biomass system design is relatively simple with a large number of systems operating both in the UK and more widely in the European market. Most of the larger system designs will incorporate a thermal store due to the slower reactive nature...

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