re:heat Go Global

The North of England is taking major role in the debate on alternative energy supplies this week, when our own Neil Harrison will address the World Bioenergy Conference. Held in Jönköping, central Sweden, Neil is joining an eminent line up which includes Professor Judi Wakhungu, the Minister for Environment, Water, & Natural Resources in Kenya, Professor Jean-Pascal van Ypersele from the International Panel on Climate Change and Heinz Kopetz, President of the World Bioenergy Association.

The Domestic RHI Launch

After several years of waiting, the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has been launched. This is great news, particularly for those living off the gas grid who are forced to heat their homes with high cost oil, LPG or electricity. The Guardian chose an installation by Thermatech – one of re:heat’s installation partners – to feature as their case study on the day of the launch of the domestic RHI. Tony Graham’s log boiler has been installed for a year, and will now be eligable for payments under the domestic RHI scheme.

ETA training in the North

ETA boilers are rapidly becoming the wood fired boiler of choice across the north of England and Scotland, with hundreds of customers now taking advantage of of the most advanced wood boiler technology in the world. This week, the skills-base of ETA installers from across the north and Scotland was increased, following the successful delivery of a programme of bespoke training to help resource the significant growth being experienced in the market.

Northumberland County Show

re:heat will be at the Northumberland County Show in Bywell on Bank Holiday Monday (27th May). We’ll have our new exhibition trailer with a ETA HACK woodchip system installed so you will be able to see how the full system works (and be kept warm if the weather is as bad as the forecast!). Come and say hello and find out more about wood fired boiler systems.