How will parliament’s schedule affect the RHI?

Friday, 21 April 2017

PARLIAMENT SCHEDULE 2nd May – Parliament Dissolve 8th June – General Election 21st July – Summer Recess 5th September – House Returns Our thinking is that the recent changes to parliament’s schedule mean that it is now very unlikely that RHI reform will be on the agenda between now and the general election on the 8th June. Clearly this throws into question...

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Chatham House report publishes incorrect statements on thriving biomass industry

Monday, 27 February 2017

‘The Impacts of the Demand for Woody Biomass for Power and Heat on Climate and Forests’ report by Chatham House has been released. The report includes a disappointing number of wrong and very misleading statements. Of course we cannot sit back and allow the uninformed opinions to have any impact on the way this thriving industry is perceived – we...

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Product & Fuel Supply: Your questions answered

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Now the heating season is in full swing and we have spent the last few months up and down the country at numerous shows, key notes and events, – we thought now is a better time than any to speak to the guys in the know and get them to answer the very important questions that we come across...

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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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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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