Wood fuel suppliers
- The types of fuel are set out in the Technical Guide 1 (Solid Biofuel Classification Guidelines).
Bioenergy Association has developed Technical Guide 6 (Contracting to Deliver Quality Wood Fuel to Customers) which outlines best practice for buying and selling wood fuel. It includes a Model Contract for the Sale and Purchase of Wood Fuel and is linked to a Technical Guide 5 - (Standard Methods for Verifying the Quality of Solid Biofuels) outlining how to verify fuel quality when delivered.
Accredited Wood Fuel Suppliers
Bioenergy Association operates a Wood Fuel Supplier Accreditation Scheme . Accreditation ensures suppliers have the ability to supply quality fuel and that they have quality assurance processes and procedures in place for its reliable and consistent production, storage and delivery. Bioenergy Association-accredited wood fuel suppliers have demonstrated to an independent party that they reliably supply consistently-graded fuels.
- See Association accredited suppliers of wood fuel listed members.
- For a full list of solid biofuel suppliers here.
Note that those who are Accredited Wood Fuel Suppliers are backed by the Association's Professional Standards and Complaints Scheme.
- The Bioenergy Facilities Directory is an interactive map that shows you at a glance where wood fuel is already being used in New Zealand.
Become an accredited wood fuel supplier
Talk to us about becoming an Accredited wood fuel supplier. Accreditation requires supporting evidence of quality assurance processes for the production, storage and delivery of wood fuel, fuel quality testing methods and customer references. Full details can be found in the scheme's
Only accredited suppliers are able to display the Bioenergy Association-accredited wood fuel supplier logo to show that they have fulfilled the required standards for high quality fuel production and distribution.
Find an accredited wood fuel supplier
View list of Accredited Wood Fuel Suppliers.
Wood fuel testing
View list of laboratories who can undertake testing of wood fuel.
Have you got biomass that could be converted to fuel?
A number of fuel suppliers are seeking sources of biomass for their business. If you have biomass that you would like to dispose of contact the listed suppliers in the first instance. Contact us if you have any queries or need assistance getting in touch with them.
Wood fuel supply market development activities
The Wood Energy Interest Group is an operational arm of the Bioenergy Association and provides oversight to the wood energy sector. It establishes and publishes the best practice technical guides, hosts workshops and webinars, manages a work programme of activities. Any Association members with an interest in wood fuel may join the Interest Group and fully participate providing guidance to the wood energy sector market development.
The Residential Wood Pellet Heating Working Group (RWPHWG) is a subset of the Wood Energy Interest Group. The RWPHWG oversees any matter related to residential wood pellet heating including standards and development of best practice guides.
The Accredited Wood Fuel Suppliers Working Group (AWFSWG) is a subset of the Wood Energy Interest Group. The AWFSWG oversees any matter related to the promotion of wood fuel supply.
Membership of the Wood Energy Interest Group or its Working Groups is available to all members of the Bioenergy Association.
Contact us if you are interested in the work of the Wood Energy Interest Group and its Working Groups.
In the unlikley event that you have a problem which you can not resolve directly with your wood fuel supplier you may make a complaint here. If you are unsure about some aspect feel free to contact the firstname.lastname@example.org