Rural Energy is set to showcase the benefits of the sustainable technology to the education sector at a Hampshire independent school.
Following the installation of a pair of live 300kW Herz Biomatic boilers at Highfield Prep School and Brookham Pre-Prep and Nursery School, which share a site in Liphook, potential customers will have the opportunity to see the biomass boilers in action.
A special free ‘Talk and Tour’ being held at the schools on Wednesday, August 6 from 10am.
Rural Energy’s business development manager, Matt Scully, will lead a session on the installation of these biomass boilers. He will also outline the service and maintenance options offered by Rural Energy’s engineers.
Lucy Clark, operations manager at LC Energy, will then explain about renewable wood fuel resources and supply contracts the schools have in place.
“This event will give a unique opportunity for visitors to ask questions and gain valuable information about biomass technology and the benefits it can offer,” said Scully.
“The ‘Talk and Tour’ is a free event and open to any consultants, contractors, schools and businesses interested in biomass.
“Our aim is to give those who are interested in affordable biomass heating and carbon reduction a first hand insight at a live, established site, enabling them to see biomass boilers in action and understand what this technology can deliver for them.”
In order to attend, please contact Louise Young on 0203 667 7790, visit ruralenergy.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.