Sastak/Central Power Partnership Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

BIOMASS AGRICULTURAL AIR BLOWERS – CENTRAL POWER.

Central Power (Bnorth) Ltd are now installing these superb Biomass-driven Air Heaters into the West Midlands Industrial and Border Counties Agricultural sector for purposes such as intensive crop production, along with other  Industrial and Commercial areas – see our attached brochure.

The machines have peak outputs of 50Kw to 80 Kw, and qualify for the Government RHI scheme, and as such RHI payments are index linked and guaranteed through OFGEM for 20 years,

much as the existing Biomass Driven boilers used for Poultry and other Farm heating systems.

If Sastak members do have the need for background heat in any of their many agricultural processes, then these machines are ideal for this purpose.

They are a much lower cost alternative to Kerosene and Bottled Gas, quite apart from the cleaner, greener benefits accrued for this type of heating.

So if you think you have a need for this technology, please do get in touch with us for a free demonstration, analysis and quote.

Central Power In Partnership with Giving Websites

Energy Consultants and Brokers, Central Power (Bnorth) Ltd, have launched their brand new website, to show businesses how their services could help them to save money on many of their energy bills. The professional-looking website has been both designed and built by well established website design agency: Clickingmad Ltd, based in Shropshire through their Giving Websites project.  

central powerCentral Power (Bnorth) Ltd are independent electricity consultants and brokers based in Shropshire, allowing them to give impartial advice to their customers. They can provide advice on electricity and gas and have recently started working with renewable energy such as Solar and Biomass with great success. They are part of Giving Websites, allowing them to support their local charity Shropshire Wildlife Trust as well as having a new fully functional website.

Shropshire Wildlife Trust, part of the Wildlife Trusts Group of charities, looks after 38 nature reserves, campaigns for wildlife and the environment, inspires young and old to enjoy nature and involves volunteers in all its work.

Geoffrey Davies, Managing Director at Central Power (Bnorth) Ltd comments ‘We are very pleased with our new website, and the fact that we can support a local charity at the same time is a bonus and it is at no extra cost to us. We would strongly recommend other businesses joining the Giving Websites project and seeing the benefits.’

John Hughes, Development Manager of Shropshire Wildlife Trust said ‘Having the support of Central Power every month is very important to us and being a local business we are able to build a close relationship with them.’

The launch of the new website is set to showcase their wide range of services, and to reach businesses who may want to reduce their utility bills. The site also allows customers to reduce their domestic billing, along with finding out about possibilities for renewable energy. The Shropshire Wildlife Trust logo is proudly displayed on the site to show that Central Power’s Corporate Social Responsibility is being fulfilled every month.

First Biomass Factory Air Heaters installed!

These Biomass Factory Heaters are supplied through Central Power (Bnorth) Ltd. This was the first of many blow heaters installed last week in Willenhall, West Midlands. These heaters will now enable more British factories to heat themselves through renewable resources and more importantly, they also comply with the Govt RHI Scheme.

MD Geoff Davies said "This gives our industrial clients a chance to join in the Renewables revolution, as many of our agricultural clients have already  taken full advantage of the RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) scheme. We have been looking for some time for a way to help engineering and industrial customers to get back the resources they pay out on the Renewable Obligation and Feed in Tariffs included in their billing."  

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UK Gas Prices Hit Record Low

Wholesale gas prices have fallen by around 23% over the year so far, the strongest drop being caused by Russia and Ukraine signing a deal to guarantee the security of gas supply.

National Grid warns of Lower Capacity this Winter

National Grid has said recently that they will be running at a lower capacity threshold of 4%, compared to 5% last year and closer to 17% just three years ago. This reduction in capacity is mainly due to the closing of around 15 power stations since 2012.

They were quick to make clear that there would be no threat of blackouts and that provisions were being made including paying large energy users to switch off during cold winter nights.

If you are concered about the amount of energy you are using, please contact us and we may be able to help you to reduce your usage.