Fossil fuels get a lot of bad press, but are there advantages? Will moving the global economy from Fossil Fuel Energy to Alternative Energy be worth it? Following on from last month’s article, we will discuss the pros and cons of both fossil fuels and alternative...
Alternative energy versus fossil fuels has been a big discussion point for years. But what are the different types of fossil fuels and renewable energies?
In September 2020, we wrote about the Green Homes Grant Scheme introduced by the government to help homeowners make their property more energy-efficient. Now, only six months later, the scheme has been cancelled as it reached just 10% of the 600,000 homes.
Increasing demand for biomass provides opportunities to recover brash and harvest wood from felling sites. Brash is a mix of treetop branches that often remains on site after felling – the foliage, branches and the tree's crown. Often called lop and top, brash has...
A boiler with a wood chip auger is made of high-quality steel. With automated and regular maintenance it can last more than 10 years without any damage.
In mid-December, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a white paper explaining how the country will clean up its energy system and reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Net-zero emissions achieve an overall balance between gas emissions released to the atmosphere as well as those we remove. So how can we reach them?
Sustainable biomass like wood chips and pellets are an excellent option for energy producers looking co lower their GHG emissions.
Green Homes grant is available to landlords and homeowners, from September 30th 2020, offering up to £10,000 vouchers covering the full cost of home improvement works.