Energy from Sustainable Biomass
Carbon Emissions from Biomass Power Are 115% Lower Than Natural Gas
in First Year; 98% Lower Over 100 Years
OUR NEW AND EXCITING RANGE OF ROTOMATIC BOLIERS FROM £4,500
Are avialable to be installed NOW!
The Rotomatic Range of boliers
The Rotomatic offers a range of high efficency bolier provides from 18Kw to 100 Kw. The range also has an automatic de-ash system option . The Rotomatic bolier is compeditively priced and will provide its user with a fiancial return, which is NOT dependent on any Goverment Incentives.
Full details can be found on our UK or Irish web sites.
In addition to utilizing a locally available renewable energy resource, the use of biomass for thermal energy meets many contemporary environmental and economic goals. Biomass heating and combined heat and power (CHP) can stimulate regional economies, create jobs, offset fossil fuel imports, and promote the sustainable use of our natural resources.
The types of biomass most commonly used for energy include waste wood from the timber and wood products industries, as well as agricultural residues. These fuels can either be directly combusted, or they can undergo a variety of refining processes such as chipping or pelletisation for use in a variety of applications.
A typical Hot Water installation system
The global surge in energy costs has led many of us to find alternative and sustainable fuel sources.
There are many options available today including wind, solar and hydro-power. Of the three, solar is the fastest growing, and almost everyone can learn to capture its power to perform tasks like cooking; lighting, heating, and many other household chores. Two of the key reasons many invest in harnessing the sun is to get energy for heating water in homes and to generate electricity.
Energy from the sun provides consistent and steady source of solar power throughout the year. As our non-renewable resources are set to decline in the years to come, it is important for us to move towards renewable sources like solar, wind, hydro-power, biomass and tidal. The main benefit of solar energy is that it can be easily deployed by both home and business users as it does not require any huge set up like in case of wind or geothermal power. Solar energy not only benefits individual owners, but also benefit the environment as well.
Contact us to discover how installing solar can help your business
We are currently assisting in development and financing of over 125MW wind projects in Greece.
Wind power is a free and inexhaustible ("renewable") source of energy. Unlike fossil fuels such as coal and oil, which exist in a finite supply and which must be extracted from the earth at great environmental cost, wind turbines harness a boundless supply of kinetic energy in the form of wind.
Wind farm development is an excellent source of local jobs, from construction to maintenance and upkeep. Because good wind resources are often found in remote and/or economically disadvantaged areas, wind power provides steady and significant revenue to rural landowners, farmers, and communities. Wind turbines occupy little surface area, leaving land open for farming, housing, and other uses.
Contact us to find out how we can support your wind projects.