Biomass heating system is a sustainable type of energy production, it has a limited long term effect on the environment because the carbon in biomass is part of the natural carbon cycle. Using agricultural, forest, urban and industrial residues and waste to produce heat and electricity with less effect on the environment than fossil fuels.
How it works
Biomass energy is cheap and reliable. It can be generated from everyday human and animal wastes, vegetable and agricultural left-overs etc. This waste is then burned in order to provide heat.
It is a more cost effective means of acquiring energy compared to fossil fuel supplies. As fossil fuels are depleted day by day, they are a costly commodity. Biomass is a constant and renewable source of energy.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is the worlds first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat. The RHI pays participants of the scheme that generate and use renweable energy to heat their buildings.
By increasing the generation of heat from renewable energy sources (instead of fossil fuels), the RHI helps the UK reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet targets for reducing climate change.
Earn money for generating heat via the government RHI scheme, 20 year guaranteed income. Biomass is cheaper than fossil fuels and you will be protecting yourself against more unpredictable rising fuel costs.
You will save money by eliminating or reducing your need for gas or oil, both of which are becoming increasingly expensive year-on-year.
You will also benefit as the recipient of the government’s generous RHI scheme providing an investment vehicle of mornalls above 20%.