Premium / Balcas Brites
Wood Pellets, ENplus A1 (10kg
£4.40 per bag
Price inclusive of VAT and delivery at a
suitable time to you then carried and stacked where you choose.
(10 bags) - £42 (£4.20 per
- 300kg (30 bags) - £123
(£4.10 per 10kg)
Verdo Premium, BSL: 028134-0001 (use when claiming RHI)
Balcas Brites, BSL: 0123426-0002
Verdo Euro, BSL: 0393945-0010
Both Verdo and Balcas are highly
regarded pellet producers with ENplus Grade 1
premium quality 6mm wood pellets. All pellets are locally sourced and
manufactured in the UK from 10% virgin timber which conforms
to the European Standard, ENplus. Verdo
Renewables has been awarded the ENplus Certificate UK00.
Verdo Wood Pellet specification:
- Calorific value: 4,800KWhr/tonne
- Ash: ≤ 0.7%
- Moisture content: ≤ 10%
- Dimensions: diameter 6mm ± 1 ; length 3.15mm to 40mm
- Sulphur: ≤ 0.03%
- Fines: ≤ 1.0%
- Mechanical Durability: ≥ 97.5%
- Bulk density: ≥ 600Kg/m³
Wood pellets are only
Stoves and Boilers and benefit from the UK Governments RHI
(Renewable Heat Incentive).
Our showroom has a biomass boiler installed, we'll be more than happy for
you to call in and discuss this technology and the benefits of
- are a carbon neutral, renewable
biomass energy fuel – a key driver in the UK government’s plans
to obtain 12% of all heat energy from a renewable source by
2020. The CO2 released when burning wood is re-absorbed by the
amount of new trees that we plant.
- boilers qualify for the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). This scheme has been designed to assist with the costs of installing a renewable energy system at a rate equivalent to an 8% return on investment.
- have a
high energy density and behave like liquid fuels. They can be
poured or blown into a storage tank, don’t rot or degrade and
boiler systems can run automatically.
- are manufactured from a widely available feedstock
typically resulting in less price volatility than fossil fuels.
- are not a new technology. The use of wood
pellets for domestic and commercial use has been well
established in Europe for the last 25 years. The UK is
just catching up
Biomass, as a fuel, is plant material that can be burnt to produce renewable heat or electricity:
Pellet fuels are heating fuels made from compressed biomass. Wood pellets are the most common
The ENplus European Standard quality certification is a major step towards establishing
pellets as a widely used energy commodity: