Biomass boiler is considered as environmental protection boiler. That’s because unlike coal, which takes longer than life to regenerate, biomass is considered a renewable energy source because it can be obtained relatively quickly by replacing or planting new plants or trees.
Biomass is also considered a carbon-neutral form of energy, as an equal amount of CARBON dioxide released during combustion is later reabsorbed by growing plants. It not only provides us with energy, but also helps to deal with waste from wood and other materials.
Replacing coal with a biomass boiler or electric heating system can help you reduce co2 emissions by up to 9.5 tons per year.
Biomass energy is a good way to deal with waste wood. This means that if you burn your own wood instead of delivering it, the system will be more sustainable.
Prices for traditional fuels such as oil and natural gas are rising steadily, a trend that is not expected to change soon. For example, the price of biomass required for a pellet boiler is much more stable, so your bill will not increase dramatically. In addition, the price of biomass is close to the price of natural gas, but is much cheaper than electric heating and solid fuels, so biomass boilers are an ideal substitute for such systems.