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Green electricity

Green electricity is produced from renewable energy sources or quality cogeneration where the production system generates a minimum 10% level of carbon dioxide savings in relation to total carbon dioxide emissions, defined and published annually by the CWaPE, from a standard production using modern facilities.
(Decree of 30 November 06, Art. 2, 5°)

Green certificates

A green certificate (REC) is a certificate awarded by the Walloon regulatory body, the CWaPE, to green electricity suppliers for a number of KwH produced corresponding to one MWh divided by the level of carbon dioxide savings (decree of 30 November 06, §2 and §4). On a quarterly basis, we send the energy output statements to the CWaPE. On the basis of this, the CWaPE awards us the RECs.

Once we are in possession of these certificates, they are valid for a period of 5 years, allowing us to negotiate with any active buyers on the market, irrespective of the sale of the physical electricity produced.


Our pellets are solid and cylindrical in structure (1-5 cm in length, 8mm Ø) produced from a homogenate of natural compressed wood. The monthly production is approximately 24,000 tons, which amounts to an annual production capacity of 150,000 tons. Our production lines are powered exclusively by our own high-quality tailings (sawdust and wood chips).

We are in the process of working towards obtaining Din+ standard certification for pellets with a diameter of 6 mm.
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