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If you are looking for great CHP (Combined Heat and Power) biofuel prices, look no further. CHP biofuel is a must for any environmental enthusiast.
Speedy Fuels’ biofuel is made from a high quality ‘waste fuel’. It produces a fuel that creates 87% less CO2 emissions than petroleum-based diesel. CHP Biofuel is non-toxic, biodegradable and safe to handle.
Call us today on: 0845 271 7007 and speak with one of our CHP Biofuel experts.
Each batch of CHP biofuel is tested to ensure that it meets the requirements of the EN14213 (European Standard for heating fuels). However, our bio fuel exceeds these standards.
CHP Biofuel is produced from completely renewable and sustainable sources. These have been verified by OFGEM (Office of Gas and Electricity Markets) standards. Therefore, CHP biofuel is suitable for ROCs (Renewable Obligation Certificates). This is a system that allows you to save up to 50% on OFGEM approved installations.
To order CHP Biofuel, call Speedy Fuels today on 0845 271 7007
Biofuel with ROC
ROCs are awarded by OFGEM to encourage companies to use environmentally friendly sources.
Speedy Fuels biofuel is made from waste oil using bio-ethanol. Therefore, it successfully meets the strict requirements for the ROCs set by OFGEM. It has been approved on other CHP installations. We can supply you with a letter confirming the raw ingredients. You can then submit to OFGEM to receive ROCs.
Every site that generates CHP needs to be registered by OFGEM in order to receive ROCs. To register, OFGEM will conduct a full inspection of your plant. They will then decide whether to certify you or not. For more information on ROCs, please contact OFGEM directly. If you are already certified by OFGEM, it will be very easy to replace your current fuel with biofuel CHP ROCs.
Speedy Fuels are a CHP biofuel supplier, call us now on 0845 271 7007 to see if you’re eligible for ROCs.
Please visit OFGEM’s website for more information on CHP generation and the ROC fuel incentive scheme.