Located on stand 237, Euroheat's team of experts will be on-hand to explain the vast potential for biomass in the hotel industry; a technology which could significantly lower fuel bills, improve a business' green credentials and actually receive an income through the government's non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
"Biomass is the perfect fit for hotels across the UK given that many enjoy secluded, off-gas rural locations, offering the space and outbuildings required to house the necessary boiler plant," explained Euroheat co-founder, Simon Holden. "Wood-fuelled boilers present suitable heat source for a range of applications; from large country homes to swimming pools and other wellness facilities. For those looking to optimise space, Euroheat Energy Cabins offer a quick and simple install, taking up little more than a car parking space, providing a ready-made plant room and fuel store."
Visitors to stand 237 can also learn more about the benefits of the non-domestic RHI, which has helped make biomass the most popular renewable technology in the commercial, industrial and public sectors. Wood heating recently celebrated a huge milestone having hit the 1 gigawatt mark, with some 5,000 accredited wood heating installation ranging from farms, factories and hotels.