Practical Biomass Heat (50 -500kW) Workshop (in England)

The Forest Centre, Marston Moretaine Bedfordshire 23 Jan 2013.

EVOWORLD will host a workshop in association with the Green Business Network to provide practical advice for commercial operators, farmers and rural property owners interested in installing a biomass heating system. Talks will be given on how to finance the project, cost savings and incentives, fuel supplies and managing your own fuel, and of course a good look at the technology and what to consider when planning a biomass installation.
 
The workshop will be free and will include site visits to 2 local biomass boiler installations.
 
Itinerary:
 
0800
Breakfast

0830
Introduction

 
0835
Why Biomass; carbon savings, cost savings, incentives, sustainability, current uptake, technology
(Carl Young, Ross Donovan)
 
0930
Break
 
0945
Best Practice - What to look for in a boiler and an installation
(Carl Young, Ross Donovan)
 
1030
Break
 
1045
Biomass Heat in Rural Properties and Farms
(Carl Young, Ross Donovan)
 
1115
Funding for Biomass Heat
(Bruce Nelson, Compass Renewables)
 
1145
Fuel supplies and managing your own fuel
(Sam Whatmore, Forest Fuels)
 
1215
Lunch
 
1300
Site Visit: Beancroft Farm, Marston Vale School
 

Numbers are limited. To register your attendance and for more information contact office@evo-world.com

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