Latest News from Euroheat
Mike and Simon have decided that the time has come to retire
We are writing to let you know that, with much sadness, and after 25 years in the industry, Michael Barber-Starkey and Simon Holden have decided that the time has come to retire and close the business.
Hearth and Home Exhibition Prize Winners
HDG M500 series 499kW boiler
Euroheat are proud to announce the launch of the 499kW HDG M500 series boiler. Tried and tested in Germany and the UK over the last few years, the M series is one of the most advanced and sophisticated biomass boilers on the market.
Get ready for new CDM rules
With the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) promising publication of the 2015 Construction, Design and Management (CDM) Regulations in April, draft guidance has been made available by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB).
Clever biomass for the home!
Natural energy company, Euroheat has unveiled a new range of high performance pellet boilers for domestic properties, which qualify for tariff payments under the government’s Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Choose your boiler, installer and fuel wisely to stay green
Fed up with the lack of support from your existing supplier?
and other installers in your area quoting the very same products? At Euroheat it seems we do things a little differently, a biomass world where both loyalty and first class support to our partners are two phrases that are key to our philosophy. It’s a philosophy that has done us well – with over twenty successful years behind us, a reputation of the highest order, and thousands of installations to our name.
Euroheat makes the H&V News Award shortlist
Biomass - strike while the tariffs are still hot!
Following Tuesday’s announcement (01/07/14) of a 5% reduction in the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) tariffs, Euroheat is urging eligible businesses that have not yet taken advantage of the scheme to do so now while returns are still reasonably healthy.
Biomass tops the charts in government’s green plans
Key changes to the non-domestic RHI
The government has announced considerable changes to the non-domestic RHI which will see even more businesses benefit from substantial subsidies for the heat they generate. New technologies have been introduced to the scheme, as well as new tariffs, and it’s all good news for the biomass industry!
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