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Biomass boiler



Biomass Boilers
The UK Government is committed to combating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% of 1990 levels by 2050. As a result many UK and European grants and loans are now available for almost all types of low carbon heating system, whether it is domestic grants for householders or commercial grants for businesses.

There are also many organisations and charities which can offer significant incentives including 0% loans, national, regional and local grants for businesses, individuals and community projects and Enhanced Capital Allowances which allow businesses to offset some or all of the capital cost of the system against their profits.

A biomass heating system is not only a very cost effective and simple way to supply heating and hot water; it is also environmentally friendly and sustainable. Therefore, MHS Boilers has formed a partnership with experienced biomass boiler manufacturer Sib Siber and developed a series of commercial and industrial biomass multi-fuel boilers to add to the already comprehensive MHS range of energy efficient low carbon heating solutions. MHS can also supply a variety of fuel storage and conveyance solutions, together with the usual high standard of delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance services.

For more information, please contact us.


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