RenEnergy Reveals Launch of Dedicated Biomass Team

5th Dec 2011

A pioneer in renewable energy technology innovation since they were established in 2006, Norfolk-based renewable energy company RenEnergy has recently launched their own dedicated biomass team.

With the launch of the non-domestic phase of the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI) last week, RenEnergy is on hand to help people save money and reduce their carbon output by switching to green heating.

“I am delighted to announce the launch of our dedicated biomass team,” said Damian Baker, RenEnergy’s managing director.

“We expect to see demand for renewable heat to grow enormously in the next few months as people take advantage of the subsidy,” he added.

Under the RHI scheme, people are paid to generate their own renewable heat. The type and size of the renewable technology will determine how much, but if you were to install a biomass boiler less than 200kW in size, you would earn 7.6p for every kilowatt hour.

RenEnergy provides home owners, farmers and businesses with a range of renewable energy technologies. Heading up their biomass team is Project Manager Pierre Delhougne and Technical Sales Consultant Adam Groves, who have sixteen years of renewable heating experience between them.

The domestic side of the RHI scheme is set to be introduced next Autumn.