Biomass technology is an environmentally friendly way of heating your business as biomass boilers use natural resources to generate heat rather than the burning of fossil fuel products. Biomass products are produced from organic materials from plants or local agricultural activity.
A commercial biomass boiler installation will benefit for your business as it will immediately reduce your carbon emissions and impact on our environment.
Environmental Benefits of Biomass
Reduction in Greenhouse Gases
Biomass technology helps to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas which is the main cause of global warming and climate change. Biomass emissions are greatly smaller than the emissions that fossil fuel produce.
Cleaner Environment and Reducing Landfill
Biomass installations will help clean our environment and reduce waste. With the world’s population increasing, more waste is being incorrectly disposed and ending up in our water resources, this waste could be repurposed to produce energy. It is said that 90% less waste would go to landfill if biomass was more mainstream
Biomass fuel is carbon neutral as it has already been through the process of photosynthesis.
Reduced Energy Costs
Biomass installation will reduce your energy consumptions and costs as biomass fuel is much cheaper to purchase in comparison to fossil fuel products.
Meet Energy Requirements & Reduces Carbon Output
Biomass Boilers are completely sustainable and will meet up to 100% of your company’s energy requirements whilst immediately reducing your overall carbon output.
Financial Support Available
SSRH is a grant provided to companies to help support with their transition to renewable energy sources. The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat is available to commercial, industrial agricultural, district heating, public sectors and other non-domestic heat users. Enerpower are poised to assist businesses with the application process.
If you are looking to heat your company with sustainable technology, call and speak to an Enerpower representative from Enerpower on 051 364 054 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org