Northumberland biomass and alternative heating experts offer green energy solutions
Last updated at 09:52, Tuesday, 06 December 2011
The Centre for Green Energy are your local experts in biomass heating systems, based in Hexham, Northumberland. We have over seven years experience in supplying and installing quality European appliances through the North East.
Our expert and experienced staff provide practical solutions for wood fuel heating in your home and business. Our approach is to be a complete "one stop shop" for wood pellet, wood chip and log gasification biomass boiler heating systems. Everything can be provided from fuel and heat stores to complete boiler rooms and a full range of components from stock.
We are MCS and HETAS Approved installers, and able to administer the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme. We also research the latest government renewable energy incentives, so we can advise on the best way to approach funding, as well as the design, installation, commissioning and after sales support required.
The Centre for Green Energy is also an accredited supplier for wood burning Clearview stoves, which offer superior design and fuel burning efficiency at exceptional value for money. We also stock quality European wood pellet heaters.
The Centre for Green Energy can advise for your own residential property, small business, industrial site, school, farm, hotel, restaurant or district heating system.
We offer FREE site surveys (including accurate heat loss calculations and calculations baed on annual fuel use) to give an accurate estimation of the type of boiler or stove you require.
We will calculate how much money you can save using biomass compared to other fuels used for central heating.
Come and visit our friendly and expert staff in our showroom on Hexham’s Foundry Industrial Estate (open Mon to Fri 9.30 to 4.30pm), visit our website on www.thecentreforgreenenergy.co.uk or ring 01434 700050
First published at 09:37, Tuesday, 06 December 2011
Published by http://www.hexhamcourant.co.uk
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