Korrie have installed a 199kW Herz Firematic biomass boiler in the Highland Museum Store for The Highland Council. This will provide all the hot water and heating requirements for the state of the art building.
The Highland Council decided to look for a green and low cost form of heat. Korrie Renewables, who specialise in biomass systems, were able to produce a complete system package. Thus, supplying low cost heat which is also carbon neutral. With the addition of RHI payments, The Highland Council will be paid for all the heat that they generate.
The biomass system was installed in a purpose built plant room with a Herz Firematic 199kW biomass boiler at its center. This is continually fed with pellets from an adjoining fuel store which has a capacity of up to 25 tonnes. Heat produced is stored in two buffer tanks which have a combined capacity of 8000 litres which supplies heat on demand at any time.
If the store opted for an oil boiler, they would have higher fuel bills of around £11,500 a year. They would also have increased their CO2 emissions by 66 tonnes a year, and have missed out on RHI payments worth around £20,000 a year.
199kW Biomass System
Highland Museum Store - Case Study
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