ReHeat wins Scot-Govt contract to provide low-carbon biomass information service for Scottish renewable sector

Steve Luker
Steve Luker supervises the Wood Fuel Support Service.

Biomass experts ReHeat has been appointed by the Scot-Govt and the Forestry Commission Scotland to provide energy users with an information service on the most comprehensive, up-to-date advice regarding low-carbon, environmentally-friendly alternatives.

ReHeat will help deliver this latest project to fully support the biomass sector in Scotland and provide impartial technical and specialist commercial information to users via the Wood Fuel Support Service, as well as operating an associated email and telephone enquiry service.

The Wood Fuel Support Service (WFSS)has been set up to support and ensure new, aspiring and well-established biomass businesses as well as end users, had access to the most current, accurate and useful details available.

Steve Luker, who manages ReHeat’s Scottish office and the WFSS service, commented: “The biomass sector is steadily gaining a bigger market across the country and there are many exciting opportunities for new businesses to start up, for existing businesses to expand and for end users to benefit from low carbon heat or power.

“Our main focus is on commercial heat, district heating and combined heat and power schemes and we provide impartial sign posting, technical and market information that helps end users and the biomass sector to maximise and capitalise on their opportunities.”

5 Feb 2018

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