UK schools ponder investing in biomass
March 9, 2012
By David Manly
Mar. 9, 2012, West Yorkshire, UK - Several schools in England could be installing biomass boilers by the end of this month.
Mar. 9, 2012, West Yorkshire, UK – Several schools in England could be installing biomass boilers by the end of this month.
According to an article in Biomass Power and Thermal, the fate of the £500,000 ($790,000) investment will be decided later this month by the regional council for the six biomass boilers in St. Mary’s
Catholic Primary in Halifax; Beech Hill; Old Earth in Elland; West
Vale; Ash Green; and St. Chad’s.
The boilers will use recycled woody
biomass for fuel, and will earn more than £1.3 million over 20 years through the UK's Renewable Heat Incentive.
See the complete article here – Biomass Power and Thermal.
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