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As part of the recent reforms to the RHI Legislation, an amendment was made to the regulations which allows participants on the Non-Domestic scheme to replace plant and retain their original tariff, which in some instances can be around 3…

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Biomass district heating

A sustainable future for social housing

Today we will explore the large costs and CO₂ savings biomass delivers when compared to fossil fuels as well as the opportunity for installations heating more than a single building with one biomass boiler in a district heating scheme. Social housing…

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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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Treco has recently joined the UK District Energy Association (ukDEA). The Association is a not-for-profit, non-trade association of companies and public sector organisations involved or interested in district energy schemes of all sizes, from village scale, community based ‘micro district energy’ schemes…

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Recent announcements by government has placed significant emphasis on community renewable energy schemes, and the opportunities for local groups, both to drive the uptake of biomass boiler heating systems and obtain a stake in schemes in their location. Alongside the Rural Renewable Energy…

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The government seem increasingly interested in community energy schemes, and the Renewable Energy Association (REA) seem to clearly sense that too. Check out Gaynor Hartnoll’s excellent recent blog on the subject here. The commercial RHI, which launched in 2011, rewards the owners…

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Biomass boiler district heating applications are where several buildings or zones are heated by a single biomass boiler (or wood burning boiler, log boiler, wood chip boiler or wood pellet boiler) via a heat 'network'. This involves circulating hot water to…

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