Renewable energy heats Northern Ireland Office

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Carbon emissions from Hillsborough Castle in Lisburn are being reduced by the installation of Nu-way wood-pellet boilers.
Nu-Way has won the contract to supply renewable-heating equipment for the Northern Ireland Office at Hillsborough Castle. Wood pellets are the fuel for Ecoflex and EcoMass 750 boilers which will provide heating for this 18th-century mansion house, home to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Nu-way is also responsible for installing these boilers, working with contractor Hutton Mechanical & Electrical Services of Belfast. The equipment was specified by Stephen Clarke Consulting of Belfast, in association with on-site facilities manager Povall Worthington.
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