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Wood Energy Solutions.....E-COMPACT Wood Pellet Boiler

WES (Wood Energy Solutions) is an award winning company specialising in the manufacturing of biomass boilers.   WES are passionate about pellet heating. As the most experienced and largest dedicated biomass boiler manufacturer in the UK and Ireland they take great pride in the craftmanship and quality of their boilers.
An Award Winning specialist biomass boiler design company, their team of design engineers deliver some of the most modern and efficient biomass boilers on the market today for our clients. 
Biomass boilers born at their facility are in operation throughout the world from Newfoundland to New Zealand
Boilers we have delivered range in outputs from 15kW to 300kW.
WES has added the E-COMPACT 55 and E-COMPACT 199 to it's range pf Commercial biomass boilers.  The E-COMPACT 55 wass the first oiler in the UK to be tested to the new stricter standards regarding emissions and particulate.  Needless to say it passed with flying colours.
E-COMPACT Commercial boilers are recognised as being a best in class, reliable heating with all the functionality one would expect from high end european manufactures. 
What is the RHI scheme about?
The renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a financial incentive scheme designed to increase the uptake of renewable heat technologies and reduce the UK’s carbon emissions.  It provides a subsidy per kWth of eligible renewable heat generated from accredited installations such as biomass/wood pellet boilers.
How can I apply?
You can apply for the RHI by going to https://rhi.ofgem.gov.uk/public/.  You will need to create an account on the RHI system before you can make an application for accreditation to the RHI.  If you do not have access to the internet please contact the Helpline on 0845 200 2122 and they will provide you with a paper application.

How do I claim RHI for my business?
In order to claim the RHI, you will need to submit an application for the accreditation and become a participant in the scheme.  You must be the owner, or authorised signatory, for the installation in order to apply for the scheme. 
You will need to demonstrate that the installation meet the RHI eligibility criteria and that:
The installation is of an eligible renewable heat technology type and size.
The installation was completed and first commissioned on or after 1st Sept 2010.
That the heat is used for eligible purposes heating space, water or for carrying out a process where the heat is used in a building. 
How long will the Scheme last for?
Once you have received accreditation under the RHI you are entitled to support for 20years, providing you continue to comply with the conditions of your participation.

Do I need a Microgeneration Certification Scheme accredited technology and installer?
You will require MCS certification (or equivalent) if your installation is 45Wth or less.

How long will it take for Ofgem to accredit my installation after I have submitted my application being submitted to them? 
If Ofgem has queries on information provided to them, RHI accreditation may be delayed whilst Ofgem await satisfactory information from the applicant.

What Can I expect to get paid?
You payment will depend on the type of technology you install, the size of your installation (for small and medium biomass installations) and the amount of heat you generate.

How will I get paid?
Ofgem will pay you quarterly payment directly into your bank account.  They will pay you by BACS transfer.  They will only pay monies into a bank account which accepts pound sterling deposits in the United Kingdom.
Here are some of our accreditations:
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