Archives for May 2021

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Biomass to be included on Public Sector Decarbonisation Fund

Phase 2 applications from the 7th of April 2021

Update to RHI regulations ensure mandatory annual biomass boiler service

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Did you know that everyone in England lives within 30 minutes of a public access woodland? This Christmas, why not go and enjoy the woodlands – they’re more than just a walk, or a source of wood fuel for your…

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We are pleased to announce that as it stands today, Treco are open and continue to service and maintain our customers boilers. This is something we will continue to undertake, unless instructed not to do so by the Government or…

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Renewables edge out fossil fuels

Britain goes coal free

From midnight tomorrow the UK will have passed an important milestone and gone two months without using coal to generate power. Part of this success story is unfortunately down to Covid-19 and the lower electric demand during lockdown. This is…

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Tackling climate change

Top 10 tips to reduce carbon footprint

A recent article on the BBC website says a paper is soon to published in the Environmental Research Letters, that puts switching to renewable based heating in the top 10 list of things we can do to reduce our carbon…

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The simple and straightforward answer, is that Treco can. Along with servicing and maintaining systems that we installed, we are having an ever increasing number of people come to us that had installations done by others but want us to look…

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Historic Environment Scotland (HES) have just announced their plans to remove gas heating from all historic buildings , including Edinburgh Castle, by 2032. The aim is for all the historic buildings to be net-zero by 2045, which is in line…

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If you own a biomass boiler, then it is important to have it serviced regularly for a number of reasons. First and foremost it help maintains the boilers performance, reliability and longevity. This ultimately translates to reduced running costs for…

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It has been announced today that the UK's largest power station Drax is planning on becoming carbon negative by 2030, meaning it plans to capture more carbon than it releases. The plant in North Yorkshire which produces 5% of the…

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