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The government has recently published a call for evidence document that will help develop an up-to-date biomass strategy that will be crucial in realising the energy transition away from fossil fuel. Bioenergy is already the largest contributor of renewable energy…

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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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Typically planning permission is not needed when installing a biomass boiler in a domestic property as long as all the works are internal. A flue will always be required, but as long as it is on the rear or side…

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According to the Department for Business, Energy & industrial Strategy (BEIS), the total forecast expenditure as of April 30, 2019 was £907 million. This represents the amount of tariff payments the BEIS anticipate it is committed to, based on application…

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Since we first discussed the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), a lot has changed in the political climate that may or may not have fundamentally changed the impact and implications of energy-related targets set by the EU. As ESOS stems from…

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It's exactly a month today before you will have to comply by the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) that has been established by the UK government as a response to Article 8 (4-6) of the European Union's Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU).…

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Understanding ESOS In order to implement Article 8 (4-6) of the European Union's Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU), the UK government established ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) with the aim to cut carbon emissions by requiring large businesses to identify energy reduction…

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What is HETAS?

Why it's important when considering buying a biomass boiler

HETAS is the official body recognised by government to approve biomass and solid fuel domestic heating appliances, fuels and services, including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses. Customers using a HETAS registered installer in England and Wales will be…

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