- Created on Thursday, 23 March 2017 13:09
Forest Fuels adds new National Trust customer as Knightshayes goes green
Another National Trust venue has taken the leap away from fossil fuel powered heating and joined the green revolution that’s currently sweeping the Trust’s properties.
Forest Fuels’ Head of Sales and Business Development, David Newman said, “We’re thrilled to be bringing on yet another National Trust customer – Knightshayes is a shining example of an installation that’s been purpose built around the smooth running and operation of its biomass-driven heating. We’ve been pleased to be involved right from the planning stages, which helps tremendously with things like access arrangements, fuel handling and planning wood fuel deliveries.”
Moving away from oil fired boilers will save around £30,000 each year on oil and approximately £4,000 each year on electricity that used to be used to heat the stables
Knightshayes in Tiverton is a stunning place to visit and it joins several other Trust sites that have already made the switch to biomass powered heating in order to contribute to its target of making sure that at least 50% of the energy used by the Trust is renewable.