Biomass Boiler Saving Oil

Date: March 7, 2014

June 2014: We have now gone for 13 months without burning a single drop of oil to fire the heating system. This compares with the average annual consumption of 23,000 litres before the installation of our biomass boiler.

If you want to know more and see lots of pictures of the system, then click the link below – Kincardine Castle’s Andrew Bradford co-authored a report on this project with Nicola Grant of Historic Scotland. See Historic Scotland Refurbishment Case Study 12 Kincardine Castle

Installation of biomass system;

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