Bioheat is a long established company with a solid reputation for providing the best solutions in biomass heating in the South West area.
We are able to handle the entire process of planning, supplying and installing the biomass solution of your choice.
Simon is a qualified Mechanical Engineer who lives and breathes everything renewable heat. Simon has more than 15 years’ experience in the heating industry and is passionate about renewable and energy efficient heating for homes and businesses. Prior to Bioheat, Simon spent time in the Aerospace Industry and in the Military.
Liz joined the Bioheat team in early 2014 as our sales manager. Liz is fully trained in numerous renewable and energy efficient technologies including CHP, domestic and commercial biomass, air and ground source heat pumps, solar thermal and solar PV. Liz is also qualified Domestic Energy Assessor and Green Deal Advisor.
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Formerly a leading member of Innasol, where he was instrumental in growing the business from start-up to the market leading small commercial biomass boiler distributor in the UK. He is also founder of Ingenious Energy, a specialist large scale turn-key supplier of biomass energy systems and a former member of the UK Pellets Council. He has extensive knowledge of wood fuel supply across the UK, an 11 year track record in the UK’s renewable sector together with 18 years senior finance experience. David begun his career with EY and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, he also holds a First Class (Hons) degree from the University of Leeds.
Pawel (Pav) Kwiatkowski
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Pav is a highly experienced and fully qualified heating engineer specialising in renewable energy. Pav supports us with technical and logistical aspects.
Bioheat as an Innasol Certified Partner, is an independently accredited renewable energy specialist in charge of assessing, installing and maintaining the latest innovative energy systems. Certification means Bioheat has made a special commitment to ensure they deliver the highest standards of service, which relies entirely on detailed and regular customer feedback.
Installers must be certificated under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) which operates under the authority of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) if installations are to attract funding under the Low Carbon Buildings Programme.
The RECC was established in 2001, as a not-for-profit trade association, representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK. The RECC endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK’s electricity, heat and transport needs.