In Europe the consumption of pellets has passed from 4 to 14 million tons in the last 10 years. In this same period, the consumption of domestic pellets in Spain has increased from the almost 100.000 annual tons to the 573.000 consumed in 2018. And the forecasts point to will exceed one million of tons in 2022.

Spanish producers guarantee the supply and increase manufacturing together. The productive capacity of Spain far exceeds the 593.000 tons manufactured last year, which were sufficient to supply the national market. The failures in the supply with some distributors little forecasters were covered by others without major problem.

La ENplus certification of the pellet has consolidated as quality reference among consumers worldwide. Currently, 39 Spanish manufacturers have the certificate in force and work daily to maintain the required parameters, while increasing the levels of control and inspection in order to guarantee quality.


 
PELLETBOX by Naparpellet is an innovative transport, distribution, handling and feeding system for pellet stoves and boilers. Basically, it consists of a palletized cardboard box and an extraction system, avoiding, for example, the use of plastic bags or a pellet silo when feeding a boiler.
EUROSTAT publishes the average prices that consumers in Spain have paid, taxes included, for energy in December 2021, before the price escalation caused by the war in Ukraine. Electricity had already risen 23% during 2021, gas 22% and heating oil 46%. Few experts in the sector believe that the problems of gas and diesel supply will not become more pronounced and prolonged over time with restrictive policies in the coming years throughout Europe, both economic and environmental.
CEPEVER Green Energy, has become the largest marketer of pellets in Spain. Its objective is to provide uniformity to the pellet product for the final consumer and thus contribute to the expansion of its use as a clean and economical source of energy.
The modern world demands new ways of selling the products offered by the market. Technological improvements have always been key to keeping businesses up to date with the circumstances of each era, even more so in strategic and cutting-edge sectors such as energy. With the pellet, there is already a response to this more technical world: the Ecofricalia Myopellet system.
The Official Association of Forestry Engineers has proposed to the Government, on the International Day of Forests, that a reduced VAT of 10% be applied, instead of the current 21%, to biomass of forest origin consumed by families for energy use . Such VAT reduction would mean a considerable saving estimated at 8% of the final cost of biomass.
Ecofricalia has developed this new Myopellet device
The AIMMP - Association of Wood and Furniture Industries of Portugal is the only business association of the sector in Portugal, representing all forest industries. He will be present in Valladolid from September 21 to 23 at Expobiomasa with his associates:
Located in the heart of the Tierra de Pinares region, Naturpellet's maxim is to manufacture pellets of the best quality and respectful of the environment.
Gebio Energía, an energy services company, has been producing its own certified pellets of the highest quality since last year and has implemented a new logistics system to serve its customers in Spain and Portugal.
Naparpellet is a leading company in pellet and chip innovation and quality that is "transforming the future". In fact, it is the only firm recommended by many manufacturers of boilers and stoves in Europe. The high quality pellets are produced with 100% pine sawdust, dried at low temperatures, and average manufacturing humidity of 6%, which enables us to ensure a PCI of 4,94-5,35kwh / kg.
CEPEVER ENERGÍA VERDE is a new project that is based on the knowledge of the sector during more than a decade of growth and helps clients to improve the management and purchase of pellets, offering a 360-degree service. The strength that this project defends is solidity and simple things.
Briquetas CarWood has carried out a study focused on the calculation of greenhouse gas emissions generated during heating in greenhouses using fossil fuels and densified biomass fuels. The study was carried out for a greenhouse with an area of ​​5.000 m2, estimating emissions for fossil fuels and biomass from British Government emission factors.