Fully funded and maintained biomass solutions from Wood Energy

  • 7 Jan 2015

No up-front capital costs

Whitby High School is benefiting from an efficient new Binder biomass boiler supplied and maintained by Wood Energy, with no upfront capital cost, thanks to an ESCO scheme provided by AMP.

Energy independence with a free commercial biomass boiler, supplied and installed by Wood Energy.

Biomass boilers offer reliable, affordable source of heating for schools, hospitals and businesses. However, for many the upfront cost of a new boiler is simply not affordable, and so expensive fuel bills and maintenance costs continue to eat into budgets or profitability.

Reduced heating bills

Leading biomass boiler supplier Wood Energy has a solution to this problem through Energy Supply Contracts (ESCOs), which offer brand new boilers, fully funded and fully maintained for 20 years.

The ESCO schemes are particularly suited to high energy users, such as hotels, care homes, colleges, agriculture, housing association district heating schemes and business parks. Anybody on oil or LPG using over 450k kilowatt hours of heating energy per annum will make significant savings.

Wood Energy has established relationships with a number of ESCO providers, and is a preferred supplier of biomass boiler systems, together with full service and maintenance packages.

Key benefits

  • Zero capital outlay
  • Reduced heating bills
  • No maintenance and servicing costs
  • New, efficient boiler
  • Lower carbon emissions
  • Zero Climate Change taxes
  • Clean, renewable energy source
  • Risk free
  • Long term pricing stability
  • Secure energy supply
  • Frees up business owners/managers
  • Expert support

Even where a biomass boiler has already been installed, it is still possible to be eligible for the scheme, with a complete replacement boiler and potential one off payment, provided the boiler was installed before 15th July 2009.

Find out more about fully funded biomass solutions and apply for a free assessment

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