Biomass Boiler

Improve operational efficiency, add business resilience and reduce energy bills

Commercial biomass is now an extremely viable investment, due in the large part to the Government’s RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) scheme. Biomass systems installed for businesses can significantly lower energy bills, reduce CO2 emissions and potentially earn a healthy income.

Business Benefits

From care homes and social housing through to hotels and restaurants, carbon management, sustainability metrics and consumer demand for greener organisations are on the rise.


There will always be an abundant and varied source of biomass fuels which you can use to generate energy.

Carbon Neutral

Because biomass fuels are part of the carbon cycle they are classed as clean and do not contribute to global warming

Cost Effective

Energy harnessed from biomass is inexpensive compared to coal and oil, with typical costs about 30% less than fossil fuels

Supply Security

With increasing demand on the grid biomass provides a resilient and efficient means of on site electricity supply

About Biomass

Large scale biomass systems require a fairly large amount of space, but they can be housed outside or in a building, provided there is a sufficient access for fuel as most large scale units have hoppers, with fully automated fueling systems, that draw the biomass from large stores nearby. Although biomass systems and the processes they use produce and release some CO2 into the atmosphere when combusted, it is no more than the amount absorbed by the plants during their lifetime (with the exception of fuel transportation). Biomass fuel is therefore regarded as being a low carbon technology, especially if the biomass fuel used is from sustainable and local sources. The way Commercial biomass boilers burn fuel and the biomass fuel they use make them as convenient to use and have installed as fossil fuel boilers are.

Financing Your Biomass System

If you have a business with significant heating demands then an investment in a large scale biomass system could be a sensible, viable and profitable option. Depending on several factors, you may even qualify for the government renewable heat incentive. An assessment will need to be carried out in order to ascertain what initial capital investment and ROI will be needed in your specific circumstances

"Increasing demand, rising costs and greater pressure on the grid means that many businesses are now looking at decentralised on site generation as a more secure, flexible and cost effective alternative to their heat and power generation."


Every commercial quotation from Optimeyes includes

Analysis Of Your Energy

Analysis of your energy usage to provide a realistic demonstration of how much renewable energy can be generated and used on-site.

Investment Grade

Investment Grade Audit calculations to ensure you understand exactly how and when you can expect to break even, the structure of repayments and income and the overall return on investment.

Ask about a free estimation of the benefits to your business and ROI calculation.

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