Clean Wood Energy
The Sustainable Alternative Fuel Source for Southland
Scheduled changes to air regulations in 2016 means many commercial and industrial premises will be required to upgrade their heating plants to meet the new regulations <this should be a link to the regulations>. Coal and Lignite will no longer meet these regulations. Leaving, gas, electricity, diesel or wood as viable heat sources.
Venture Southland together with EECA have anaylsed the remaining heat source options and wish to provide stakeholders with information on how wood can be a clean burning, sustainable and cost effect solution for the Southland community.
WHAT DO THE NEW REGULATIONS MEAN?
how could this affect you?
In 2016 Southland's regional air quality standards are changing, for the better of our environment. This means, it will be more difficult to burn coal in the future and alternative fuel options will be required.
Read more about the regulation changes here <link>
If you have a commercial or industrial heat plant, you will need to upgrade.
What this means for schools
Read more about what this means for commercial and industrial premises
HOW DOES WOOD STACK UP?
THE ADVANTAGES OF CLEAN WOOD ENERGY
Clean Wood Energy meets the new air regulation standards and is considered an efficient, economically viable, and environmentally sustainable long-term option.
HOW TO CONVERT
Conversion process first steps and funding
The conversion process is laid out in an easy to follow step by step process from registering your interest in converting to wood energy, completing a feasibility study to, who to contact to install your boiler and funding application processes
Wood Energy South has funds available to assist businesses with wood energy projects and welcomes applications as part of the Wood Energy South Project.
Funding is available for Feasibility Studies, as Capital Grants and for Crown Loans.
For Commercial Users
For Clean Wood Fuel Suppliers
For Heat Plant Providers
For Technical Consultancy Services