Biofuel & Biomass

Peterson and Control Union have been actively servicing the bio-based energy business since the first introduction of biomass and biofuels as a replacement of fossil fuels. We have built long-term relationships with all parties in the supply chain, including The Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA).
We are experts in handling and analysing the biofuels and biomass that you trade, to ensure we deliver sustainable added value. Our presence throughout the entire supply chain makes us the perfect business partner to manage your product quality, safety and certification needs.

Our international network of offices, operations and laboratories enable us to offer our customers a full range of services around the globe, including quality control services and biomass analysis, while providing them with a single point of contact for all enquiries.

Biomass can be used to produce renewable electricity and thermal energy and is often used as a substitute to fossil fuels. Co-firing of biomass and fossil fuels (usually coal) is a low-cost approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving cost-efficiency and reducing air pollutants in existing power plants.

With CONNECTED, companies can have the support of a traceability supply chain service into biomass & biofuel industry. Furthermore, we provide inspection and testing services to verify the quantity and quality of a wide range of biomass such as woodchips, sawdust and wood pellets. Our global presence ensures we can offer a full range of cargo inspection services throughout the entire supply chain.

The global commitment to reducing climate change means that legislation is changing constantly. Our international Biofuel & Biomass team keeps track of these changes and can support you in finding the right schemes and services to comply with the current and future needs in your supply chain.
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