This article will focus on the importance of biomass power in 2021, including what it is, why it is better than fossil fuels, and many more benefits.
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In mid-December, the UK government published a white paper explaining how the country will clean up its energy system and reach net zero emissions by 2050.
Sustainable biomass like wood chips and pellets are an excellent option for energy producers looking co lower their GHG emissions.
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There is a growing interest in mushroom cultivation amongst the public so today we will share with you some insight on how you can grow mushrooms on wood chip. For indoor mushroom grow it’s best to use Oyster mushrooms because they grow well in many different types of substrates like coffee grinds waste, banana leaves or sawdust.
While it may sound counter-intuitive, biomass fuel boilers and heaters are considered as renewable energy sources. Many businesses and organisations are switching from gas and oil to reduce their dependence on harmful fossil fuels.
Wood pellets are the most common type of pellet fuel for biomass boilers. They can be used as fuel for power generation, cooking and heating.
Biomass energy also referred to as bioenergy or green energy is a renewable form of energy. Wood biofuel is the most significant sources of biomass energy.
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UK Forestry Standards
To ensure the 100% process compliance, we make sure that every single wood batch obtained from our tree service supply-chain originates from forests that conform to the UK Forestry Standard (UKFS).
The government regulatory OFGEM compliance:
For the commercial sector, when supplying wood fuel from the BSL-approved source, you oblige to a quarterly attestation of:
- The wood fuel origins
- RHI meter readings
- BSL-registered fuel supplier records
- Wood fuel delivery notes within the last five years