Biomass heating benefitting the Public Sector

  • 22 Oct 2014

Biomass success at The Keep in Brighton

Biomass heating system and 300kW Herz Biomatic boiler, designed and installed by Rural Energy at The Keep in Brighton

This is a major new centre for archives that opens up access to all the collections of the East Sussex Record Office (ESRO), the Royal Pavilion & Museums Local History Collections and the University of Sussex Special Collections. 

The BREEAM Excellent rated building includes a number of renewable technologies, including a biomass heating system and 300kW Herz Biomatic boiler, designed and installed by leading biomass expert Rural Energy. 

The programme for the one day event includes:

  • Tour of the renewable technologies in the innovative building, including biomass heating system installed by Rural Energy 
  • Wood fuel and renewable heating seminar led by Rural Energy and South East Wood Fuels
  • Re-ignite, an interactive seminar focusing specifically on wood heating in the public sector

The day also includes lunch plus opportunities for networking.

The discussion will be chaired by Julian Morgan-Jones, managing director of South East Wood Fuels Ltd and chairman of the Wood Heat Association, and will feature a number of influential industry speakers covering key issues including:

  • Overcoming barriers to biomass adoption
  • Local public sector success stories
  • Funding options under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
  • Summary of the latest industry developments

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