A well pruned tree is the key to making savings

Saturday, 15 August 2015

There are two ways sustainably managed forests can contribute to savings for the UK. Firstly, regarding freedom and secondly regarding C02. Our Chairman, Scott Forbes explains what freedom means in this sense. ‘By using locally sourced wood products we remove the dependency upon other countries for fuel sources, this is essentially, freedom. From a direct savings perspective, this also...

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Reliable partners are the key to sustainable forests in the UK’s energy market

Friday, 7 August 2015

We believe that ideal partners are the key to delivering on the promises that those of us in renewable energies make. We know the science and the math of sustainably managed forests and also how to convert each precious wood chip or pellet into a warm shower at home, or hot oven for your business. So, we go to...

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3 ways sustainably managed forests are the sign of quality for renewable fuels

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

When asked what is element of quality around a sustainably managed forests, our CEO, Board Chairman and CFO had very different views. Just goes to show what we all consider quality to be. Silvio Spiess, our CEO, said quality has a lot to do with utilisation. The opposite of quality is waste. And that is what we currently see...

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Is leadership less waste or greater utilisation?

Monday, 3 August 2015

We think it is a combination of both, and also see that the Forestry Commission also thinks this is a good idea too. They reported that at least 2 million tonnes of unused woodfuel supplies a year could be used to heat schools, businesses, and other buildings. The Commission said that using the extra wood supplies for fuel in...

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