Biomass installation quality – bridging the gap between fuel and equipment

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Usewoodfuel Scotland, in conjunction the Wood Heat Association, are holding a seminar on biomass installation quality, and bridging the gap between fuel and equipment. It will focus on identifying and addressing the key quality, safety and training challenges surrounding the installation of biomass boilers in the UK. In the context of both small and large scale installation, planned sessions will cover the following:

Why high quality installations matter
Storage and handling of fuel
Training and standards in the non-domestic renewable heat supply chain
Standards and guidance for the biomass heat industry
Outlook for the RHI and biomass heating following the Comprehensive Spending Review


10.30 Registration and introductions
10.40 Comprehensive Spending Review – What it means for the RHI and biomass heat
11.10 Morning session – high quality installs, storage and handling of fuels
13.00 Lunch
13.45 Afternoon session – Guidance for the biomass heat industry: making knowledgeable decisions, training and standards: how to achieve higher installation quality
16.00 Finish and Depart

WHA/REA Members Rate £75 + VAT
Non WHA/REA Members Rate £125 + VAT

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RDI Associates provide support to the Scottish Woodfuel Forums on behalf of Forestry Commission Scotland.

The Wood Heat Association is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Renewable Energy Association, and supports the growth and professionalisation of the UK biomass energy industry.

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