Flimwell, East Sussex
Commission: Given the annual net heat load at Combwell Priory was in the region of 180,000kWh, the owners were keen to reduce their carbon footprint as well as their heating costs. To meet this demand, Douch Biomass specified and designed a 199kW biomass system. The system was installed within an existing barn to provide heat and hot water to the main house, annex and swimming pool and the existing tack room was converted into a large bulk pellet store. Douch Biomass then assisted with the RHI application in order to secure their RHI accreditation.
Boiler Type: Herz Firematic 199kW
Fuel Type: Wood Pellet
Fuel Storage: Existing tack room converted to wood pellet store
CO2 emission reduction: 910 Tonnes
Case History: Combwell Priory was originally founded as an abbey by Robert de Turneham during the reign of Henry II. Within the grounds stands a magnificent, 12th Century, Grade II Listed house and over 70 acres of mature parkland, woodland and beautiful gardens.
Date Completed: March 2015