Biomass & Biofuel systems
Biomass heating systems generate heat from plant and other organic materials and residues. The systems are used for space heating and to heat water.
Example of Residential Pellet Stove
Handful Of Wood Pellets
Biomass is considered a renewable source of energy. According to the Energy Information Administration, 53% of all renewable energy consumed in the United States in 2007 was biomass-based.
Biomass Heating Systems Are a Proven Technology--One That Has Been in Use for Thousands of Years since humans began burning wood to cook and keep warm.
Biomass Heating Systems are Highly Durable and Will operate for Decades.
- Biomass Systems Require Annual Maintenance.
They are most suitable for homes and commercial buildings in colder climates, that use oil or electricity for space heating.