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Aquitaine memo on Energy Wood

After observing the development of energy wood mobilisation, CRPF Aquitaine decided to make available to the industry stakeholders a body of operational knowledge on the subject.

Forêt Logistique Conseil has drafted a set of summary factsheets by involving the different actors of the mobilisation. 

Topics covered:

  • Why produce and promote energy wood?
  • Current and future business opportunities of energy wood in Aquitaine.
  • Technical and economic characterisation of wood products for energy production.  
  • The energy wood units.
  • Existing forest stand and new resource availability for energy wood. 
  • Energy wood supply plan.
  • The different types of grouping for a short circuit.
  • Energy wood sales contracts.
  • Energy wood price index.
  • The importance of biomass in current silviculture.
  • New silvicultural practices for biomass production.
  • Energy wood mobilisation techniques in Aquitaine.
  • Biomass and fertility.
  • Approach of production costs of forestry.

These factsheets can be downloaded on the CRPF Aquitaine website.

Last update Thursday 17 March 2016
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Project in support of CRPF Aquitaine

Work carried out with all energy wood actors of the Aquitaine region.

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