Windhager Boilers Feature in Four Awards
Four awards recently presented at The Renewables Roadshow were for projects where Windhager biomass boilers have been specified.
Liberty Energy took home an impressive three awards on the night including Renewables Installer, Commercial Installer and Biomass Installer of the Year.
Liberty won the Renewables Installer award for its installation for Winchester County Council where 10 Windhager 10kW BioWIN boilers were installed to replace electric and coal fires in semi detached houses.
Renuvo won the Residential Renewables award for its installation for Warwick District Council Installation where 23 Windhager 12kW VarioWIN biomass boilers were installed for tenants in the area.
Andrew Percival, Director of Sustainability for Renuvo, said, “Working on a project like this has been rewarding for everyone concerned and it is encouraging to know that clients like Warwick District Council have the vision to embrace the long term benefits of biomass heating technology.”
Mark Perkins of Warwick District Council, commented, ”I think biomass is a great technology, Windhager have provided an excellent product and service. Not only is it great for the environment, the tenants will be able to save a considerable amount of money on their fuel bills.”
The tenants have been extremely pleased with the results, one of them saying, “We are absolutely over the moon with the new biomass system, our house is so much warmer and we no longer dread going into a cold bathroom. In the first month we made a £60 saving on our energy bill.”
Oliver Duckworth, Managing Director of Windhager, commented, “Liberty and Renuvo deserved to win the awards and I’m very happy that Windhager boilers were part of their success. These projects are a demonstration of how Windhager wood pellet boilers can deliver affordable low carbon heating solutions to new and existing housing stock and importantly assist in the eradication of ‘fuel poverty’.”