Biomass boilers for small and medium heat loads
EECA has sponsored access to this standard due to its importance for non-technical audiences, technical process heat audiences, and the public
Access to this standard has been sponsored by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), who identified the importance of giving non-technical audiences (such as schools and hospitals), technical process heat audiences, and the public access to a PDF copy of the publicly available specification (PAS) online at no charge.
The objective of this publicly available specification (PAS) is to provide best practice guidance to support the adoption of low-emission biomass boiler systems in commercial, institutional, and industrial heat applications. This PAS provides advice and information on biomass boiler systems for small to medium heat loads (50 kW to 2 MW) providing hot water below 100°C. Within this document, a biomass boiler system is one fuelled by wood chip, wood briquettes, wood pellets, or other biomass.
This PAS includes both technical and non-technical guidance on: evaluating heat demand and energy efficiency; generic site requirements; greenhouse gas and local particulate emissions; fuel quality, supply, reception, storage, and handling; operation and maintenance; system efficiency; seasonal efficiency; regulatory and non-regulatory health and safety aspects; and consenting
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Last updated: 9 March 2021