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The best-selling products on the market are no longer the large systems

The best-selling products on the market are no longer the large (often over-priced and placed in the wrong type of property) systems,  aimed at getting the maximum revenue from the RHI scheme. Today’s market leaders are smaller and designed to fit in the kitchen or living room as warm focal point and heart of the … Continue reading The best-selling products on the market are no longer the large systems »

Renewable Energy for Rural Heating Trade Event

Birds’ Hill would like to thank all attendants at our trade event on Renewable Energy for Rural Heating a few weeks ago at the Plough Inn. It’s been great to connect to members of the industry and exchange views and share information on renewable technologies. The RHI has made some changes to their scheme and … Continue reading Renewable Energy for Rural Heating Trade Event »

Use of an empty alcove to bring attractive heat source into the heart of the home.

Mr and Mrs Craig live in a detached cottage in rural Carmarthenshire. The house and hot water were heated from an old but still functioning oil boiler in an attached utility building. Concerned about their impact on the environment, the Craigs were looking to make the transition to a biomass boiler. They also had an … Continue reading Use of an empty alcove to bring attractive heat source into the heart of the home. »

Welsh farmhouse in Llansadwrn: One winter with labour intensive Rayburn was enough

rural property biomass renewable heating installation

Andy replaced his Rayburn with a Biomass boiler-cooker/range in a traditional Welsh farmhouse in Llansadwrn, West Wales This beautiful four bedroom stone cottage, a traditional Welsh farmhouse in the rural village of Llandsadwrn, Carmarthenshire, West Wales got its heating and hot water from a solid fuel (anthracite) Rayburn located in the kitchen/living room. As beautiful as the … Continue reading Welsh farmhouse in Llansadwrn: One winter with labour intensive Rayburn was enough »

Protecting the Gower with clean energy

Hillend Camping and Caravan park is located on the beautiful Gower peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty with an incredible coastline and world renowned beaches. If you live in such a protected environment you want to do your best to preserve the fresh air and unspoilt nature. This is why the owners had solar panels and … Continue reading Protecting the Gower with clean energy »