High power, energy saving commercial biomass boilers and ground source heat pumps

Dunster’s renewable heating solutions are a long-term, low-cost and high return investment. Commercial spaces that are either off the gas grid or use oil as their primary source of heat, with a high demand for heat in particular will benefit from our heating systems.

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP)

GSHPs are extremely efficient in space heating and producing hot-water and cooling services for your commercial needs. They use minimal energy, have a long lifetime and need little maintenance.

From large scale agricultural milk cooling plants to commercial buildings and social housing schemes, the heat pumps offer a wide operating range from -25°C to +85°C and a plant size from 75kW up to 1.5MW with full modulation. Dunster offers a full design service and can guide you on the right scheme for your commercial development.

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Benefits to your business

  • 20yrs commercial RHI payments: excellent return of between 10% and 25%, with a payback period of approx. 5 years commercially.
  • Higher control & efficiency: 100% individual zone control, heating and/or cooling, increasing occupant comfort and net system energy efficiency.
  • Significant savings: up to 50% savings compared to conventional heating systems.
  • Integral HVAC and DHW: production of heating, cooling, industrial hot water and even pool heating with a single installation.
  • User friendly: fully automated systems, which are controlled by simple thermostats.
  • Clean and safe: no fuel required and no flames or smoke generated – you can say goodbye to storage tanks and exhaust gas ducts.
  • Reliable: durable system lasts over 50+ years thanks to proven and well-known technology, with little to no maintenance.

“Dunster’s GSHP system has been a hassle free and cost effective alternative.”

Renewable Heat Incentive: attractive repayments

How much can you earn? Find out here: Ground Source Heat Pump Tariffs 2018

Biomass heating

Biomass systems installed for commercial, charity, public sector and non-profit organisations can significantly lower energy bills, reduce CO2 emissions, and earn a healthy income, depending on your overarching demand.

Benefits to your business

  • Increased savings: woodchip can deliver heat at between 1.5 - 3.5p kWh, versus oil or LPG at 5p kWh and electricity at 12p+ kWh.
  • Attractive payback: receive RHI payments for up to 20 yrs, with a good return on investment of between 5%- 25%.
  • Ability to integrate: biomass can integrate with your existing system (gas boiler or electric fire) fulfilling space, under floor and water heating requirements at higher temperatures.
  • Reduced environmental footprint: great for your corporate social responsibility and reputation.
  • Green credentials: helps differentiate from competitors and makes it easier to gain planning permissions.

“Dunster worked with us for a tailor made solution for our building and have been delighted with the efficiency and performance.”

Renewable Heat Incentive: get paid to turn the heat up

How much can you earn? Find out here: Biomass Heating Tariffs 2018

Need help funding your biomass boiler?

Dunster has teamed up with an investment partner to offer a unique funding facility for biomass installations qualifying for the non-domestic RHI.

The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is a mandatory carbon emissions reporting scheme that covers large public and private sector businesses in the UK. It targets any businesses that are using more than 6,000 MWh of electricity a year; the business must have at least one half-hourly meter installed.

The scheme requires businesses to purchase carbon credits for every tonne of carbon they emit as per their reported usage of gas and electricity. By choosing Dunster you can reduce your business’s energy usage and therefore the amount of credits you have to purchase. It’s a win-win.

ESOS

The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) regulation requires large companies to conduct a mandatory energy audit every 4 years. You are categorised as a ‘large organisation’ if you fall within certain parameters.

Failure to comply with ESOS can lead to a fine of up to £50,000 and public disclosure of non-compliance.

Biomass can provide a solution to issues highlighted in the energy audits and can demonstrate steps being taken by the business to reduce carbon based energy.

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