Located South of Birmingham, in a small town called Stratford-upon-Avon, Mr Vaudry was looking to heat his property with renewable energy instead of using traditional oil.
A site survey was booked in for the property at the end of December 2014 where his dedicated project manager visited the home, in Warwickshire. He was then able to work out the space available and the heat demand of the property amongst other things and provided Mr Vaudry with a comprehensive initial quotation.
Our team calculated that a 160KW Biomass Boiler System would be big enough to serve the heating and hot water requirements for the property. After talking to Mr Vaudry about the next steps of the project, he agreed for it to go forward and have the heat pump installed.
Our engineers got to work on the home in mid-December, where they installed one 99KW Firematic Boiler, one 60KW Pelletstar Boiler, two 1800 litre buffer vessels, expansion vessel, circulating pumps and ancillaries. The boilers were served by two Auger systems taking pellets from a purpose-built pellet store to each boiler. The pellet store has a storage capacity of 13 Tons, which was from empty to full.
The boilers supply an underground pipework system which serves the barn, the house, the cottage, the pool house and office heating systems on the land that Mr Vaudry owns. All of these areas were fitted with plate heat exchangers which transfer heat from the biomass boilers to the local heating systems.
Within the initial quotation that we provided to Mr Vaudry; we included a 20-year breakdown of the renewable heat incentive. The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government environmental programme that provides financial incentives to increase the uptake of renewable heat by businesses, the public sector and non-profit organisations.
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