Our Northallerton showroom has on display a range of wood pellet boilers on which there is one live. Wood pellet boilers can save you up to 45% in fuel costs and together with the UK government’s contributions towards the heating costs (See RHI scheme below) - 7 years for domestic customers & 20 years for commercial - this could drastically cut your fuel bills.
Wood pellet boilers are environmentally friendly as wood pellets are regarded as a carbon neutral energy source. When wood pellets are burnt they release solar energy absorbed during tree growth. Also localised production of wood pellets dramatically reduces transport related emissions so wood pellets save energy in terms of manufacturing and delivery – an important contribution to a sustainable future for our children. All this makes wood pellets the most convenient of all wood fuels and an interesting alternative in terms of both ecology and economy
Clean & Economical
The advanced combustion technology of HDG pellet boilers are perfectly designed to burn pellets as a fuel- resulting in very low emission values ensuring this is an environmentally friendly fuel. Optimized combustion technology results in low pellet consumption. An advanced thermostat controls the boiler temperature ensuring that only the required amount of heat is produced.
Safe & Convenient
The HDG Pellet boilers have been subjected to strict in-house and independent safety tests. The sluice wheel, combined with an integrated water extinguishing system provides total safety. Features such as automatic transport of the pellets to the combustion chamber, automatic ignition, self-activated cleaning and large ash container, combine to provide maximum convenience automatically controlled by the HDG Pelletronic boiler control.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)
Is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat. The RHI pays participants of the scheme that generate and use renewable energy to heat their buildings. By increasing the generation of heat from renewable energy sources (instead of fossil fuels), the RHI helps the UK government reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet targets for reducing the effects of climate change.
There are two parts to the RHI:
- Domestic RHI – launched 9 April 2014 and open to homeowners, private landlords, social landlords and self-builders
- Non-domestic RHI – launched in November 2011 to provide payments to industry, businesses and public sector organizations