Crown CHP Biofuel
What is CHP Biofuel?
Crown CHP Biofuel is B100 Biofuel designed for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation.
How is CHP Biofuel Made?
Crown CHP Biofuel is made from totally renewable and sustainable sources. It is verifiable to OFGEM standards. Therefore, our CHP Biofuel is fully eligible for ROCs certificates. This can lower the cost by as much as 50% on OFGEM-approved installations.
Our CHP biofuel is created using high-quality ‘waste oil’ feed-stock. This is used to produce a fuel that generates 87% less CO2 emissions than diesel. It’s non-toxic, biodegradable and safe to handle.
Crown CHP Biofuel surpasses the minimum requirements of EN14213, which is the European standard for heating oil.
Before delivery, each batch of Biofuel is tested for the key guidelines of EN14213. This is done by one of the UK’s leading test laboratories so you can be assured of only the best product.
To order Crown CHP Biofuel call: 0845 130 9777
*Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs)
ROCs are awarded by OFGEM. It encourages the use of non-fossil, renewable energy sources. They can only be awarded to companies generating their own electricity for power.
Our biofuel is made from waste oil using bio-ethanol. Therefore, it fully meets OFGEM’s strict requirements for ROCs eligibility. It has also been approved on other CHP installations. We are able to supply a letter confirming the provenance of the raw materials. This is what you need to submit to OFGEM in support of your ROCs application.
Every site generating CHP must be registered by OFGEM for the ROCs to be awarded. This is an auditing process that will involve inspection and certification of your plant. For more information on your eligibility for ROCs and the process, contact OFGEM (you can find a link to their website below). It is a relatively simple process to achieve approval from OFGEM on our CHP Biofuel.
For more information about Crown CHP Biofuel and ROCs eligibility, please call us on 0845 130 9777.
For information on CHP generation or ROCs, please visit OFGEM’s website.