Wood Pellets are a form of renewable biomass fuel which when burnt can provide heat and hot water to the industrial and domestic markets.
Wood pellets have been used for many years in other European countries and are now becoming more popular in the UK as a renewable, carbon-neutral fuel source.
Each wood pellet is made from virgin sawdust which is compressed into a high density pellet of uniform diameter which achieves high heat output when burnt.
Due to their high density, wood pellets are very easy to store, requiring less storage space than other renewables and can be delivered with minimal disruption by specialist trucks.
Wood pellets are eligible for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which provides financial incentive to organisations making the switch to renewable heating.