ETA 199 kW
Wood Chip – produced and supplied by LC Energy
Date of install:
Birtley House is a nursing home in Bramley, Surrey. It uses significant amounts of energy. It wished to increase its proportion of heat supplied from local, sustainably produced wood chip fuel and commissioned LC Energy to establish a new, larger, wood chip fired boiler and to improve control and efficiency of heat supplied for space heating and water heating.
LC Energy removed an existing KWB 150 kW wood chip fired boiler, so as to enable its transport, storage and subsequent re-use elsewhere before installing the new ETA 199 kW. The previous wood chip fired boiler system used a temperature differential between Flow and Return (ΔT) of about 11°C. By employing the new ETA 199 kW boiler, it was intended to increase the maximum temperature differential used for heat distribution to about 15°C.
LC Energy helped Birtley House with the application for their Non-domestic RHI subsidies and this was awarded to the care home in April 2015.