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30
Sep

PV Renewable Energy – How does it work?

PV renewable energy is becoming more popular for businesses to install, but how does it work?  Businesses such as Flahavans Oats, Lidl and many more are now choosing pv renewable energy for their business.  Solar Energy is the most available source of energy, as it works from both direct and indirect sunlight.   This also means […]

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24
Aug

300million euro pledged to Support Scheme for Renewable Heat

Under Project Ireland 2040 National Development plan, 300 million euro has been pledged for the rollout of the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat for the period up to 2027 which will see Ireland double its renewable energy production. The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat, launched by the Irish Government in December 2017, is currently awaiting […]

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24
Aug

Applications for Support Scheme for Renewable Heat to open by end 2018

Speaking at the Energy in Agriculture event in Gurteen College on Tuesday, Denis Naughten T.D Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment confirmed his intention that the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat applications will be opened by the end of the year. The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat, launched by the Irish Government in December […]

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13
Aug

Benefits of Installing Biomass Heating

The Benefits of installing Biomass Heating in to your business.   Biomass Production is common in other European Countries because they realize the benefits of installing  biomass heating that reduces carbon footprint.  Installing Biomass Heating can also reduce your heating costs. Biomass systems are environmentally friendly because they use this renewable resource rather than fossil […]

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02
Jul

ESCO (Energy Services Company)

There are two interesting types of Biomass ESCOs. Firstly, you can purchase your own biomass boiler and the ESCO involves the fuel supply. You purchase fuel on a per kWh basis rather than per tonne. The benefit of this is you don’t have to worry about the moisture content, quality or calorific value affecting the price you are paying for actual heat delivered. Companies offering this service often offer it…

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