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What are the Financial Benefits of Biomass and Pellet boilers

Are biomass boiler costs justified? - SuperHomes

Combined Heat and Power Technology Fact Sheets Series

25/01/2021 · For biomass boilers, an automatically fed pellet boiler for an average home costs between £11,000 and £17,000, including installation, flue and fuel store. Manually fed log boiler systems can be slightly cheaper. Pellet costs depend mainly on the size and method of delivery.

Wood Calculator - Biomass Thermal Energy Council

Dear Potential Wood Energy User, Welcome to the new and improved Wood Energy Financial Calculator. This tool is intended to help you to decide if a wood energy system is right for you, and what would be the financial costs and benefits of investing in a wood energy heating system for your building.

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Biomass for Electricity Generation | WBDG - Whole Building

A properly insulated flue, needed for efficient operation of a biomass boiler, can cost around £2,000 to £2,500. An accumulator (or buffer) tank could cost about £1 per litre. It will probably be sized to between 50 and 100 litres per rated kW for a log boiler. A pellet boiler needs a smaller accumulator, at maybe 20 litres per rated kW.

Are biomass boiler costs justified?

Total cost of the boiler, buffer tank, flue, labour & VAT came to £15,590 minus £1000 from the (then) Low Carbon Building program grant. We use bagged wood pellets and need just under 5 tonnes a year. They cost about £230/tonne (delivered + VAT) working out at £1100 pa approx.