At present 70% of Ireland’s energy is generated using oil, coal, piece or other non-renewable sources. If Ireland continues to use these sources to generate energy, it will not be able to meet its 2020 renewable energy targets. so the question is “ how can Ireland lower its reliance on non renewable sources of energy production”.
The answer to this question is quite simple, give businesses a financial incentive to move away from the consumption of fossil fuels to generate heat and energy. This is the same answer that the “Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland” has come up with also. The Sustainable Authority of Ireland” (SEAI) have created and implemented a new scheme specifically directed at industry and how they generate heat and energy..
The (SSRH) Support Scheme for Renewable Heat Scheme is a financial incentive to business owners for the installation of non-domestic biomass heating systems in the Republic of Ireland. The scheme will pay a set amount per kWh of heat produced on a tiered basis and the business will receive quarterly payments over the course of 15 years.
To find out more about the (SSRH) Support Scheme for Renewable Heat, contact Leinster Pellets at email@example.com , or visit The Sustainable Authority of Ireland’s” (SEAI) website as www.seai.ie.