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Kincardine Estate Biomass Case Study

Historic Scotland has published their twelfth technical paper looking at historic building refurbishments which examines the installation of a biomass boiler at a Scottish Land and Estates member’s property.  Kincardine Castle in Deeside, Aberdeenshire was formerly heated by oil which was inefficient and costly. As the castle is used for corporate activities it qualified for the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive which made the installation of a biomass system viable. 

http://conservation.historic-scotland.gov.uk/publication-detail.htm?pubid=10350

 

 

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