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Treco has been working with a number of hotels across the country in a bid to fight the rising costs of fossil fuels. Hoteliers are becoming continually concerned with the rising costs of providing guest accommodation so the quest is…

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The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has said that the introduction of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) could make 2014 a breakthrough year for renewable heating, including biomass boiler heating systems.  Despite the non-domestic RHI opening back in 2011, the domestic…

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Beyond biomass boilers

The potential benefits of small woodlands

Small woodlands, hedgerows, woodland features and even individual trees can be an asset on any farm. This article describes the benefits of creating new small woodlands, where they can best be sited and offers some advice on planning, layout and…

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A major extension of permitted development rights designed to bring empty and underused building back to life in high streets and rural areas has been announced by Planning Minister Nick Boles. Much of the package of measures – now out…

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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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Really? If we install too many biomass boilers, won’t we hit 'peak wood'? The answer is no, but this is an often raised question and one which needs looking into in more detail. The responsible use of our wood fuel supply…

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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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To promote the Earsdon Renewable Energy biomass projects in St Albans Church and Eccles Hall, a film has been commissioned by a professional film maker, Will Sadler of Arpeggio films. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) funded the film,…

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We found this great guide from the Forestry Commission to grants related to wood fuel and thought we would share with you. Purpose This note is aimed at forest managers, agents and woodland owners, but is not designed to replace the scheme…

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