Church in Wales, Pembrokeshire
A new vicarage for the Church was built in Llangwm and at the “eleventh hour” it was decided to replace the oil heating system proposed by a wood pellet heating system due to the financial saving in running costs and the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive. A Toplight boiler was specified to meet the heat demand within the house and due to the compact design it was possible to fit it into the space allocated for the oil boiler.
The Pellet storage silo is outside and pellets are supplied automatically to the boiler by means of vacuum from the silo. Consumption has been no more than 4 tons over the first year operation making it very economical and the greenest solution.