Posts tagged with ‘biomass’

  • Guardbridge biomass scheme claims Scottish Green Energy Award

    By Debbie Eales on December 6, 2016
    The £25 million Biomass Energy Centre & District Heating Network for the University of St Andrews has been celebrated at one of Scotland’s most prestigious awards ceremonies, winning the Sustainable Development category of the Scottish Green Energy Awards. The project saw Vital Energi work in partnership with the university to realise the their vision for a campus-wide low carbon energy […]
  • Veolia appointed operator of new Biomass CHP in Nottingham

    By Debbie Eales on December 7, 2015
    Veolia has further strengthened its position in generating energy from biomass by securing a £50 million contract from Equitix ESI CHP, to operate the Sherwood Biomass Plant in Nottingham. The 20-year contract highlights the growing UK commitment to this type of energy project, and adds to the £500 million of biomass energy managed by Veolia in the UK and Ireland.  […]
  • Rural Energy enlists political support to promote renewable energy

    By Debbie Eales on March 24, 2015
    Biomass supplier Rural Energy is calling on the government to offer policy certainty to the biomass industry and has enlisted the support of Nicky Morgan, the MP for Loughborough, to raise awareness of the cause. Nicky was invited to visit Rural Energy’s new purpose built training facility in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, where the company spoke to her about the need […]
  • NHS commissions low carbon biomass heating system with Rural Energy

    By Debbie Eales on March 17, 2015
    Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust has chosen biomass technology supplied by Rural Energy to heat its new £40m mental health facility ‘The Harbour’, in Blackpool. The new biomass boiler has helped The Harbour meet the high standards set by BREEAM to deliver a sustainable and low carbon building with a long lifespan. The Herz BioFire 600kW boiler will greatly reduce […]
  • Calke Abbey makes further investments in a greener future

    By Debbie Eales on December 8, 2014
    A popular National Trust property near Derby is continuing to up its green energy credentials, with low carbon-design catering and office facilities. The project at Calke Abbey has been managed by the team of sustainability engineers at design and project management company Lorien Engineering Solutions. Burton-based Lorien has a long-standing relationship with the once-stately home and country estate, now open […]