thozza wrote: »
I have just seen that the price of bagged pellets from Forever Fuels has also increased, and the supply source has changedhttp://www.forever-fuels.com/
Source - Pelletsfirst (Shipped from Portugal)
Weight on pallet - 875kg
Price per pallet - £249.90
Price per tonne - £285.60
Price per Kilowatt - £0.0595
Quite a substantial increase from £244.90/T previously!
Also another supplier I have found is LCEnergy:https://lcenergy.co.uk/
Source - Greenwood
Weight on pallet - 990kg
Price per pallet - £242.00
Price per tonne - £244.44
Price per Kilowatt - £0.0505
They also supply Verdo, Balcas & Blazers pellets at a higher price.
RickMoney wrote: »
Thanks for starting this thread. Was just about to buy my first lot of pellets and came on to ask where ppl buy their from.
Regarding the plumb base price you put on your original post, did you just ring up your local depot and ask what the best they could do was?
RickMoney wrote: »
Called my local plumb centre's and it didn't go well. One said they only sell by the bag, no pricing for pallets. The other said the brites only come in pallets of 72 and it was around £350 for that quantity....><
WPG wrote: »
Found this thread while doing some research for a Wood pellet price comparison website I’m currently working on. Thought an up to date list of the best prices for bagged wood pellets that I’ve been able to find online might be of interest.
All the prices checked this morning and all the websites currently showing as having stock.
1. Premier Fuel Wood Pellets from Premier Pellets -
£210 for 975Kg (£215.38 per tonne)http://www.premierbiomasspellets.com/store/p5/Premier_Pellets_Biomass_Wood_Pellets_-_975kg.html
Note - not ENPlus A1
2. Firepower Wood Pellets from White Horse Energy
£215 for 975Kg (£220.51 per tonne)http://www.whitehorseenergy.co.uk/Wood-Pellets/Firepower
3. Baltic Biogran Wood Pellets from Luxury Wood Company
£219 for 975Kg (£224.62 per tonne)https://www.luxurywood.co.uk/special-offers/975kg-baltic-biogran-en-a1-wood-pellets-detail
4. Sparklets Wood Pellet from Premier Pellets
£225 for 975Kg (£230.77 per tonne)http://www.premierbiomasspellets.com/store/p4/Sparklets_Premium_EnPlus_Certified_Wood_Pellets_-_975kg.html
5. Platinum Plus from White Horse Energy
£229 for 975Kg (£234.87 per tonne)http://www.whitehorseenergy.co.uk/Wood-Pellets/Platinum-Plus-Pellets
6. AKZ Wood Pellets from Premier Pellets:-
£235 for 975Kg (£223.81 per tonne)http://www.premierbiomasspellets.com/store/p1/AKZ_Premium_EnPlus_A1_Biomass_Wood_Pellets_-_975kg.html
7. Verdo Pellets (direct from Verdo)
£239 for 960Kg (£248.96 per tonne)http://www.verdorenewables.co.uk/product/bagged-wood-pellets
8. Greenwood pellets from LC Energy
£248 for 990Kg (£250.51 per tonne)http://lcenergy.co.uk/product/green-wood-pellets/
9. Brites from Brites Direct
£256.19 for 1000Kghttp://www.brites.eu/product/bags-of-brites/
10. [STRIKE]Woodiest[/STRIKE] Woodlet Wood Pellets from White Horse Energy
£252 for 980Kg (£257.14 per tonne)http://www.whitehorseenergy.co.uk/Wood-Pellets/Woodlets-Wood-Pellets
Some of the above may not be on the Biomass Suppliers List and not all of the pellets are ENplus certified.
Assuming I can’t post links on my first post, but should all be easy enough to find via google.
LukasMc wrote: »
This is a highly ranked thread yet it's dangerous to assume (with all due respect because a lot of effort has gone into the OP's research) that all the above fuels average 4.8kWh/kg. In fact according to ENPLUS A1 standards, the middle ground is 4.95 kWh/kg. It's best to individualise the calculations based upon actual brand specific calorific values. This isn't gas, where its calorific value is measured by the national grid and is the same between all suppliers, selling an homogenous product. Biomass suppliers sell products consisting of a wide variety of species, in different proportions and moisture values. And don't forget product quality!
As mentioned, all respect to the OP! It must have taken him a lot of time to write this list and im sure it's his wish to see it evolve positively.
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