HWEnergy, based in Fort William, has joined forces with Pennine Biomass, which installs biomass boilers from its bases in northern England.
The partnership is hoped to generate an income of £1.5m in year one with HWEnergy providing design expertise and Pennine Biomass handling the installation side of things.
Edward Milbank, director at Pennine Biomass, told Newscastle local newspaper The Journal: “It was important that we found a partner that was able to support us in offering a whole package biomass heat solution and with HWEnergy’s experience as one of the oldest non-domestic biomass heat providers in the UK they were the natural choice. Together we have the experience, and technical and engineering resources to provide a turnkey biomass solution across the North of England.”
Bruno Berardelli, managing director of HWEnergy, added: “This is a really exciting partnership which has the potential to offer significant benefits to both businesses.
“Under this partnership we are now able to make biomass heat a realistic and attractive long-term option in the North of England, providing support for many years to come.”