Biomass/CHP Projected Savings.

HEADLINE SAVINGS ON SYSTEM

The following abbreviated savings are based on the following:

All heat and power is used on the site and is replacing grid electric and fossil fuel heating.

Current grid electric cost is 12p per kW.

Current fossil fuel heat cost is 4p per kW (mains gas).

7500 hours operating time.

Wood pellet fuel at a cost of £190 a tonne

Year one savings

Renewable heat incentive payments –              £26,813

Renewable Obligation Certificates –                 £14,289

Tariff payment total –                                                                              £41,102

Fuel costs and service costs

Existing grid electric costs –                               £19,800

Existing fossil fuel heat costs –                          £16,500

●Total existing fuel costs                                                 £36,300

●Wood fuel costs                                                     £25,080

●Yearly service costs                                               £6,000

Total Biomass/CHP fuel & servicing costs              £31,080

Savings costs against existing fuel costs                                        £5,220

Total year one savings –                                                                       £46,322

If you would like to find out more about Biomass/CHP and how much it could save your business, simply fill out the form below and we will be happy to provide you with quotation subject to survey.

Thank you for your time.

Kind regards,

Philip.

Header Image Courtesy of Entrade Energiesysteme AG and TWPower Ltd.

Biomass/CHP unit in the image is:

Entrade E3 Wood Pellet CHP System – 22kWe, 55kWth

 

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