Chris Edwards from Treco is going to be on Glendevon Energy’s stand on Thursday 21st June at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
Glendevon’s stand is number 3 in the Renewables Area on 11th Avenue.
Featuring on the stand will be the Guntamatic Powerchip multi fuel biomass boiler, which runs on wood pellets, wood chips, grain (oats, wheat, barley) along with miscanthus in chopped or pelleted form.
The focus of the show will be offering our support to Glendevon energy and offering visitors to the show the opportunity to see how the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) can benefit them.
Chris will be available, with the Glendevon team, to talk about how biomass can help to reduce fossil fuel heating costs by up to 80%, CO2 emissions by 96% and to receive Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments.
Visitors will be able to discuss their RHI applications and see demonstrations of Treco’s “RHI Calculator”. This tool shows prospective biomass boiler owners the potential earnings from the RHI scheme over 20 years, the fuel cost savings and the payback period, index linked to inflation.
For example, a country estate with main house and offices using a 198kW system could receive upwards of £20,000 and a farm house with cottages and holiday let using 100kW system could earn £10,000 or more a year for the 20 year duration of the scheme.
You can download Treco’s RHI Calculator from the website www.treco.co.uk/renewable-heat-incentive/ or open the Excel file straight from this link www.treco.co.uk/uploads/treco-rhi-calculator.xlsx .
Visit Glendevon Energy’s website here; www.glendevonenergy.co.uk