Spurred on by DECC’s drive to decarbonise the UK’s heat supplies, many owners and developers of district heating networks have, up until now, only dreamt of supplying their consumers with zero-carbon heat. The dream is now a reality and, according to a Gloucestershire-based renewable energy company, well within the grasp of developers via a new biomass-fuelled heat and power generation system.
On the 6th March 2014, the Scottish Government has published its plan for delivering low-carbon heat. With funding increased to £10.5 million over the next two years, support will be given to the development of district heating networks in Scotland.
AloGen Limited has developed an innovative, pre-packaged energy centre that is perfect for generating low and zero-carbon energy for district heating networks.