ENplus was first introduced in Germany in 2010 and since then, the certification enjoyed a rapid growth across Europe. As of July 2015, pellet producers from Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Belarus, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States are producing ENplus pellets, representing over 6 million certified tonnes in a total of 35 countries.
The ENplus handbook contains detailed information about the certification requirements. The latest version came into force on August 1st 2015.
For convenience of pellet consumers and certified companies in our website you can find not only certified companies in Latvia, but also in other countries all over the world. This list is regularly updated according to the latest information available on international ENplus website www.enplus-pellets.eu
ENplus – the benchmark for wood pellets
As a form of upgraded biomass characterised by its high energy density, low production costs, and low process energy requirements, wood pellets are an environmentally friendly fuel allowing for CO2-neutral heating with the highest energy efficiency.
With the ENplus Handbook version 3.0, the quality requirements of ENplus are now based on an international standard: ISO 17225-2. This international standard has replaced the European Standard EN 14961-2 The ENplus certificate not only fulfils the ISO 17225-2 provisions, but requires even stricter quality criteria. This quality seal stands for low emissions and trouble-free heating with high energy value.
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