Congratulations! This is a mighty piece of work – a highly professional publication and a very valuable tool for the willow biomass industry both in Ireland and further afield. Well done!
Many thanks for the excellent course on willow. We gained a lot of knowledge from it and were very impressed with the effort you put into the preparation of the materials and the way that you presented the course
John FinnanResearcher, Teagasc Crops Research Centre.
It was fascinating to hear about the journey you’ve been on with the SFR – an effort of willpower and perseverance that is a testament to the dedication Crops for Energy and FEC-Energy have shown to the industry for many years.
Neil Harrison, Director Re:Heat
Thank you for sending your position paper. This is exactly what we need as a support for lobbying purposes – concrete examples with concrete figures.
Edita VagonyteEuropean Affairs Manager of AEBIOM
Thank you both for a pleasant and informative day, which was well organised and professionally presented. Good to see it done so well, great location too.
Excellent – A very well written article which I am sure will generate interest.
David CollinsRenewable Energy Association
Today I got around to reading all your reports and trying both the woodfuel production and utilisation templates. I must say that they are brilliant. The instructions are concise and logical and all the input fields worked for me and generated sensible outputs. Many thanks for your high quality work.
Simon BatesTamar Valley AONB
Thanks for delivering an interesting course last week. I found it interesting in terms of the material provided and the method of delivery. The time flew which is a good sign! Well done
Barry CaslinBioenergy Specialist, Teagasc Crops Research Centre
Thank you very much for this very comprehensive piece of work. The paper is clear and the supporting document is very detailed and relevant
Jean-Marc JossartSecretary General of the European Biomass Association
Another feather in your cap as we were indeed told last week of our success. Sounded like very strong competition too! Thanks very much for your help on this one.
Paul BarkerEnergy Management Officer, Bristol City Council
Thank you for spending time with us and being so patient. You gave us lots to think about and we have already implemented some of your ideas
Sara CrossGoldhill Organic Farm
Congratulations Kevin! This is a great bit of work – most useful for us and the rest of the bioenergy working group, not to mention the industry itself. You’ve done us proud.
Tom MunroCountryside Officer, Dorset AONB
Both this and the draft report are excellent bits of work and exactly what I was hoping for. This second summary on issues with fuel is very useful and thought provoking
Gary RussProcurement and Risk Manager, South Somerset District Council
I had actually been looking into this for several years – 3 or 4 years but the more research I did the more confused, I became so seven months ago I brought in Kevin Lindegaard of Crops for Energy to help me make the decision which made it all very clear because we looked at the pros and cons of every option and eventually we came up with the one which sounded the best.