VG Energy Launches Innovative FREE Biomass Boiler Scheme
The new scheme has been designed to help businesses significantly reduce their energy costs and improve their green credentials, with zero cost and risk to them. Under VG’s new scheme, businesses will receive a free commercial biomass boiler, including free installation, free maintenance and servicing for a period of 20 years. The incentive is especially beneficial for businesses who have high daily heating demands, are looking to save on their energy costs but do not want to spend the capital costs required or are finding it difficult to secure the required funding.
Under the scheme, VG Energy will manage each stage of the project, from start to finish
· Will perform a technical site survey to determine the best system to suit the business
· Will work with businesses to finalise a suitable system design that meets the customers specific requirements
· Will enter into a Lease agreement with the customer where VG will pay for the legal costs
· Will supply and install a high quality commercial grade biomass system on the customers property
· Will provide full staff training Staff and provide Operation Manuals
· Will be responsible for repairs and will pay the servicing costs of the system
VG’s Commercial Director, Nick Bowmar said: “ Heating represents the largest part of UK business energy bills, on average it equates to 55% of an organisations overall annual energy cost. Switching to a biomass system can therefore result in significant savings on heating, ranging from an impressive 30-70%, where properties are on oil or lpg. Customers are looking for alternative ways to cut heating bills. We are therefore delighted to introduce this new scheme and to provide a no cost, no risk incentive for businesses to switch to a cheaper wood fuel source. There is not catch. To allow us to provide a free Biomass Boiler, we claim the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) that is earned from the system to cover the cost of the equipment, the installation, and the costs of the servicing and maintenance for 20 years. The RHI was created to encourage businesses to switch to Biomass as a renewable, sustainable heating source, providing quarterly payments for 20 years for commercial applications.”
VG’s biomass division specialise in the design, supply, installation and servicing of biomass boiler systems. With over 550 renewable technology products successfully completed since 2008, the company has earned one of the highest regarded reputations in the industry. VG Biomass currently delivers renewable energy projects to organisations in both the public and private sector spanning multiple industries and manages every stage of a biomass boiler project, from start to finish in-house.The company works in partnership with the world’s leading biomass boiler manufacturers, such as Heizomat, Viessmann and ETA boilers and offers customers a wide choice of boiler size options and prices.
VG Energy has offices in Yorkshire, Ayrshire, Aberdeenshire
For more information on VG’s Free Biomass Boiler scheme call 01563 829990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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