Grant Engineering Ireland ULC
Grant designs and manufactures trusted and reliable heating products of the highest standards. The company continues to strive at the forefront of the industry with their forward thinking approach, innovative designs and award winning heating products. 2018 marks a key milestone for Grant as the company celebrates 40 years in business.
Grant will be showcasing their award-winning range of condensing oil boilers, condensing wood pellet boilers, back boilers and solar panels. Visitors can also look forward to learning more about the revolutionary Grant VortexAir Hybrid. Launched just over a year ago the VortexAir combines the trusted attributes of the Grant Vortex condensing oil boiler with the green advantage of an Aerona³ inverter driven air source heat pump, which Grant has sold for many years as a standalone heat pump in the UK.
Through using two heat sources to maximise system efficiency, the VortexAir Hybrid offers an innovative solution to homeowners off the gas grid when seeking a sustainable alternative to boiler replacements with minimal disruption to the home. It also helps those building a new home to meet renewal obligation required under building regulations.
Hegan Biomass Limited supply, install and service multi fuel biomass boilers. With over 200 successful installations throughout GB & Ireland, from 50kwh to 10mwh, we are specialists in delivering successful projects on time and on budget.
Areas of expertise – Green houses, mushroom growing, hospitality, agricultural produce processing, poultry, dairy, grain and process drying – new and retrofit. District heating networks, drying floors – steel and concrete. Fully integrated continuous flow dryer conversions, all makes catered for including bespoke integration. Mechanical & Electrical Contracting and Supplies, we also offer plumbing contracting works as well as hollow core drilling.
We have a dedicated in-house design team, Building Service Engineers and RHI Accreditation Service.
Irish BioEnergy Association
IrBEA is the National Association representing the bioenergy industry on the island of Ireland.
IrBEA seeks to increase understanding of issues related to biomass supply chains used to generate energy in the form of heat, electricity and transport. The main objectives of the association are to influence policy makers, to promote the development of bioenergy, and to promote the interests of its members.
Improving public awareness, networking and information sharing, and liaising with similar interest groups are other key areas of work in promoting biomass as an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable energy resource. Governance and strategic oversight is provided by our CEO, President and Management Committee, with operational support from an Executive Team.
IrBEA is affiliated to AEBIOM, the European Biomass Association and the European Biogas Association (EBA).
IrBEA operates as a not-for-profit limited liability company. IrBEA is funded from member contributions with other income established from services and consultancy.