Lark Energy Construction can provide fully-funded commercial biomass installations at no cost to the site owner where the site meets certain criteria (see below). We will design, install and maintain these renewable energy systems for 20 years using government funding.
On each project we work with the client to find the most efficient and effective solution to meet the specific requirements. We only use efficient high quality boilers which will provide long lasting benefits and savings on your heating costs.
All the capital and maintenance costs are covered by Lark Energy which receives payments through the government-backed Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Initiative (RHI) scheme.
With rising fossil fuel prices, many organisations are looking for greener and more cost-effective alternatives. Biomass is regarded as renewable energy because the CO2 released by burning fuel is absorbed by growing new biomass fuel crops. If you want to reduce your organisation’s carbon footprint while also delivering cost savings, then a biomass heating system is the best choice.
Biomass fuels, mainly wood pellets, are low cost. Unlike oil or gas where your fuel supply is dependent on a few suppliers, there are many suppliers of biomass. This ensures fuel will be supplied at competitive rates.
Installing biomass heating means you can enhance your ‘green credentials’ while taking advantage of off balance sheet financing under the RHI scheme and lower costs than conventional fossil fuels.
If your premises, business or organisation consumes a significant amount of heat then we may be in a position to offer you a free biomass boiler heating system as outlined above.
There are a number of requirements for this to be feasible. You will need to:
If you do not qualify for support under the RHI we can offer the same high quality biomass systems under a variety of other funding options.
Fuel price data from Biomass Energy Centre www.biomassenergycentre.org.uk. Prices are for guidance only and represent a typical cost per unit of fuel energy for small commercial scale systems. This not the same as cost per unit of delivered heat which will depend on the efficiency of the heating system. All prices are prone to variation with geographical region, tariff choice, order quantities, etc.