Biomass Technology

We can provide a green off-grid biomass heating system to you with a range of options to meet your needs. Biomass is using a biological material derived from living organisms such as plants. Biomass can be used in different ways: directly via combustion to produce heat, or indirectly after being converted into various types of fuel.

Wood is mostly used as a fuel source which is first converted into pellets.

You might already know that biomass is an environmentally friendly source of energy as it is renewable.

Biomass is considered a carbon-neutral form of energy because the same amount of carbon dioxide that is released by the burning process is later re-absorbed by growing plants.

Converting your system to a biomass boiler can help you reduce your carbon dioxide output by up to 9.5 tons, annually.

As prices of oil and gas are increasing over time, wood pellets have maintained a stable price, and you will not see a sharp increase in the cost of this fuel type on the market.

Biomass boilers and stoves qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI), which means you would qualify for periodical payments over several years. This helps repay your carbon-neutral investment in a shorter time.