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The latest articles from Treco about everything biomass from the Renewable Heat Incentive and biomass boilers to district heating, drying system and waste-to-energy (WtE).

There was an announcement last month by the government to allocate a £557m budget for future Contracts for Difference Auctions ahead of the Clean Growth Pan report. The budget focuses on "less established" technologies such as offshore wind, energy from…

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About a couple of months ago, we received the much anticipated call from the team at the National Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards saying that we were finalists in three entries - RHI Installer of the Year and twice…

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Biomass boiler projects

Planning for fuel

Fuel considerations for biomass boilers are paramount and require careful consideration before a particular type of boiler is selected. Today we will look at some of the most important considerations. The fuel type, and delivery, storage and handling arrangements can have…

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We have been keeping you informed about the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) reforms when we last discussed the changes to the RHI and RHI reforms. We imagine you must be on the edge waiting for some more updates on the proposal. The…

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The key benefits of district heating Have you wondered just what district heating can mean to you? Treco has installed a number of projects using this technology and some of our successful projects include a luxury complex, a country estate, a wedding venue and a private…

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It didn't feel too long ago we were keeping you informed on the latest Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) tariffs, degression news and updating all our RHI calculators with the new tariffs and yet, here we are again. Before you panic, this is merely…

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Wood is one of the oldest fuel sources known to man. Its use is undergoing something of a renaissance, with ever greater awareness of the need to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels in favour of renewable alternatives, as an important element of…

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Industry professionals have recently warned that the UK's ambitious target of slashing carbon emissions by more than half within 13 years is at risk because of the government stalling on energy policy. A survey by the Energy Institute, the professional body…

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It has been confirmed that energy regulator, Ofgem, will cut payments made to small-scale electricity generators. The original consultation in spring proposed reducing the benefit to around £2/kw. However, it has been announced that the main rate (TDR) payment will…

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It was announced yesterday that the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker will not renegotiate the Paris Climate Agreement amidst US President Trump's claim that the agreement could be amended and made more palatable to the US. It was…

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