Pellets belong to the category of renewable energy sources such as solar (photovoltaic) and wind energy (wind turbines).

That’s because:

Pellets are used for the production of logging, woodworking or agricultural products without the addition of chemicals.
Their combustion has a zero carbon dioxide (CO2) balance.
It does not contribute to the greenhouse effect as the amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) released during biomass combustion are re-bound by plants to generate new biomass.


The pellet is a fuel made of wood, compressed into small cylinders, 6mm-8mm in diameter and 10mm-40mm long, free of any moisture, without any adhesive added.

The pellet is a new fuel that responds to the demand for cheap and clean energy. The pellets heating solution enables us to save 40% – 50% on oil or gas heating in our home or workplace.

At the national level, the production of fuel from domestic raw materials means a proportional reduction in fuel imports. At a private level, using pellets in place of conventional fuels (oil, gas, electricity) means an economy that can reach 50% of total heating costs.

Even if the boiler and burner used are replaced, the savings are such that the investment is depreciated over less than three periods of use.