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Bioenergy Future Ireland 2020

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Click here to REGISTER for the Bioenergy Future Ireland 2020.  This conference will attract senior-level executives & decision-makers from the Irish Bioenergy community to create an environment in which to network, do business and access knowledge on the latest developments, trends, strategies and policies relating to energy consumption in Ireland. IrBEA intends to lead the way on best practices for applications to the Support Scheme for Renewable Heat which was launched this year. This scheme along with other schemes will be discussed in detail at the conference. This National Conference intends to showcase what Ireland has to offer and to share, network &...

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Benefits of using a log splitter

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Benefits of using a log splitter

During winter, it becomes important to keep your home and yourself warm. Using firewood in a wood-burning stove for keeping your house warm is a cost-effective and eco-friendly solution. In comparison to oil, gas and electricity, wood is way cheaper and being carbon-neutral it is friendly for environment too. In order to use your maximise your wood-burning stove, you would need to have a store of logs split ahead of time so that they are seasoned and ready to burn. To get the job of splitting logs done using less time and energy, a log splitter is the most beneficial tool. This tool offers convenient splitting and...

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Very good article here about the right kind of wood to burn

Posted by Claire Hartnett on

Check out this article on burning the right kind of wood to maximise efficiency from your fuel. https://burnright.co.uk/what-to-burn/wood-as-fuel/

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Wood Energy

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https://www.forestryfocus.ie/wood-industries/wood-energy/ Some interesting reading here:  Wood has been used by man as an energy source since the earliest times.  The wood and charcoal that were once used extensively as fuel for cooking and heating have today largely been replaced by the more convenient energy sources of oil, gas and electricity. Wood, however, continues to be a major source of energy for developing countries but in recent years it is also being increasingly used in Ireland. This increased demand is due to an awareness of the need to use sustainable, renewable energy sources to provide security of supply and also to...

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