Biomass heating is the use of a fuel that is derived typically from wood although other materials such as straw can be used.
Biomass heating is the use of a fuel that is derived typically from wood although other materials such as straw can be used.The fuel can be handled and managed in a number of types such as chip, pellets, logs or bales.
The carbon benefit of a biomass heating solution is that the carbon that is released during burning is carbon that has been stored during the growth of the material. Therefore the growth of new material captures the carbon release.
Biomass heating can be a very effective way to provide heat to buildings and also for industrial processes. It can be particularly beneficial where a site is not connected to mains gas and is therefore reliant on a fuel source such as heating oil or diesel or LPG.
Our Energy Team can assist you in considering the feasibility of a biomass heating project at all scales and support you through deployment all the way through to operation.
We have experience of advising Clients on all scales of biomass heating projects including those supplying district heat networks.