District heating (also known as a Heat Network) is a system for distributing heat generated in a centralized location for residential and commercial heating requirements such as space and water heating. This means that individual homes and businesses have no need to generate their own heat on site.
The heat is obtained from various methods, including biomass, geothermal heating, central solar heating and industrial heat pumps, as well as nuclear power and conventional burning of fossil fuels.
Biomass North East can advise you on the best system for your requirements, as well as offering fitting and maintenance of alternative energy equipment. Contact us for more information.