We install biomass heating and hot water systems, to help your business save money
For businesses with higher heat usage, biomass can lead to a significant annual saving. The cost of heat generated by logs, wood chips or wood pellets is lower than the cost of heat from oil, gas or electricity.
Biomass boilers use the heat generated from burning wood pellets, wood chips or logs for heating and hot water.
They are a renewable and carbon neutral alternative to fossil-fuelled boilers.
They can also be a low-cost option for providing your business with its energy needs.
Biomass is derived from recently living organisms and is usually wood-based.
Biomass systems typically use fast-growing, renewable wood.
When such wood is burnt it only releases as much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as the tree absorbed when it was growing.
This means that it's regarded as carbon neutral.
To meet UK's renewable energy targets, the government has introduced the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). If eligible, the Non-Domestic RHI offers subsidies, payable for 20 years, for the renewable energy that your business system produces 
A biomass boiler could be suitable for almost any business. Some examples include:
Bowood Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort
This new-build hotel and spa was designed to be a low carbon, sustainable building. It benefits from extensive forestry on site, helping to fuel its biomass boiler while providing sustainable woodland management and local employment.
Skipton Building Society headquarters
A wood pellet system provides the heating and hot water for this new-build call centre.
Associated Timber Services, Sewstern Sawmill
The biomass boiler at this business delivers low-cost, renewable heat from fuel produced on site.
Source: Energy Saving Trust
A: This will depend on individual circumstances, but you may need planning permission. This will be more likely if your premises are in a conservation area, or if it's a listed building.
Your local planning authority should be able to help you with any steps you need to take.
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