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Evaluation of Bioliquid Technologies for Dedicated Heat Generation

Category: bioenergy,biofuels
Published: 01/09/2011
Author: NNFCC
Report into the available technology for the use of bioliquid as fuel for heating both domestically and industrially.


  • Assessment of available technologies for use of bioliquids for heat
  • ​Investigation into costs of said technologies
  • Analysis of available opportunities in the market for bioliquid heating tehnologies to be employed
  • Recommendation of future work that could be done to confirm bioliquids as a viable technology for use in heating

Reasons to buy

  • To establish feasibility of using bioliquid technology for heating at a domestic or industrial scale
  • To investigate potential costs and benefits of employing such technology
  • To indicate areas for development of the existing technology

Number of pages: 33

Accessibility: This item is available to all NNFCC Business Support subscribers or through individual purchase


Due to the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), NNFCC were commissioned by the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to collate an evidence base on bioliquid heat only technologies. The study considered bioliquids which have the potential to be used as heating fuel, either now or in the near-term, e.g. vegetable oil, biodiesel and, to a lesser extent, tallow. The scope of the study was to identify suitable technology options for dedicated heat generation (excluding combined heat and power (CHP)) from a range of bioliquid fuels, both 100% renewable and renewable/fossil blends, and also to research the capital costs of these technologies.


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