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Brand New Firewood Range

 

Buy Ash Now
Buy Birch Now 
Buy Oak Now 

We’ve realised that there is the potential for a lot of confusion when buying Firewood.

For this reason, we've improved & grown our Firewood range to best suit our customers wood burning needs. This starts with the addition of our new Mini Crate. We hope this allows our customers even more flexibility to top up or try a different premium hardwood. Additionally, the inclusion of Oak Firewood is hugely exciting. We believe by adding this revered hardwood provides us another step in allowing us to cater to all of your burning needs throughout the winter months.

Take a look at the full product specifications listed below. For more infomation get in touch with our team on 01285 402 000 or at sales@whitehorseenergy.co.uk 

 
 

Full Crate

Half Crate

Mini Crate

Dimensions

External

Internal

External

Internal

External

Internal

Height

1.26m

1.13m

0.85m

0.79m

0.64m

0.50m

Width

1.14m

1.10m

1.14m

1.10m

1.14m

1.10m

Length

1.04m

1.00m

1.04m

1.00m

0.78m

0.75m

Volume

Stacked

1.24m3

Stacked

0.79m3

Stacked

0.42m3

 

Loose

2.08m3

Loose

1.32m3

Loose

0.69m3

Log Length

25cm (+/- 2cm) / 9.8” (+/- 1”)

Log Diameter

80% with max diameter between 80mm and 150mm

Moisture Content

An average moisture content for each crate of under 20%#

Posted: 30/08/2018 15:12:21 by Stuart Woodward | with 0 comments

Wood Pellet Update - Spring 18

pellet update
Wood Pellet Update - Spring 18


This has been an unprecedented winter for the wood pellet market in the UK. Both Local and International markets have been hit by the perfect storm of increased demand and significant supply constraints.
 
Historically, by April we would expect to see some producers reducing their ex-gate pricing and for this price relief to be passed onto customers quite quickly. This year will be entirely different – in fact during the last week of March we had some of our supply prices increase by a further 10%!
 
We expect what price relief there to be this summer to be small – in the range of £5-£10 per tonne – and late, we would expect this to happen toward the end of May at the earliest. We do however expect most retailers stock positions to have come back to normality by mid-April. This coming winter our supply prices should be fairly consistent to what we experienced this year. Given the impact of the exchange rate on the market, we won’t understand until much later in the year the effect on pricing. However, we would expect prices to be comparable with what we saw this winter.

 

Firepower Pellets Bulk Discount


We've received tonnes of Firepower stock into our warehouse last week, and so we've removed the quantity cap on ALL our pellets, and introduced a £5/pallet saving on any order of 4 or more pallets of Firepower.
 
Firepower pellets still cost just £285 per pallet, and now includes an extra bag - 65 bags a pallet (975kg), saving you nearly £5/tonne.
Posted: 10/04/2018 11:22:28 by Stuart Woodward | with 0 comments

Firepower Bulk Discount

firepower stock
Firepower Bulk Discount

 
We've received tonnes of Firepower stock into our warehouse last week, and so we've removed the quantity cap on ALL our pellets, and introduced a £5/pallet saving on any order of 4 or more pallets of Firepower.
 
Firepower pellets still cost just £285 per pallet, and now includes an extra bag - 65 bags a pallet (975kg), saving you nearly £5/tonne.
Posted: 09/04/2018 10:12:44 by Stuart Woodward | with 0 comments

Brand New ecoBlaze Natural Firelighters

Brand New ecoBlaze Natural Firelighters


Brand New ecoBlaze Natural Firelighters are a clean and convenient way of starting your real fire. When used in conjunction with the ecoBlaze Chunky Kindling, they really are the best way to get your fire blazing quickly. The ecoBlaze Natural Firelighters can't be beaten with the following features and benefits.
 
• Natural, clean, convenient and odourless
• Quick to ignite and burn fiercely for approximately 8 minutes
• UK produced from FSC approved shredded spruce which is dipped in wax
• Minimum of 50 per box
• Suitable for stoves, open fires, wood burning ovens, BBQs and chimeneas
 
If you've enjoyed these firelighters we have other fantastic fireplace products that you shouldn't miss out on. 

Posted: 31/01/2018 15:53:48 by Stuart Woodward | with 0 comments

Wood Pellet Shortage - Update 12 January

Wood Pellet Shortage - Update 12th January


We are still seeing large scale shortages across the market with most bagged suppliers providing 50% or less of their typical winter volumes.

The European fibre situation is still in a critical stage - The Latvian Government has recently declared a disaster in the forestry sector due to flooding. This means that producers in Latvia have been able to trigger the Force Majeure provisions in their supply contracts to avoid non-supply penalties. The Latvians are not the only producers who have been struggling with the conditions - indeed most of the Eastern European producers from Russia across the Baltics and Ukraine and Belarus have suffered from similar challenges. Fortunately the weather has turned in the last week, allowing most logging operations to recommence, however there is a significant delay from the time timber is felled until a pellet can be delivered to a consumer. We don't believe the production challenges will abate until at least the middle of February, by which time the pent-up demand in the market is likely to keep supply tight and prices high well into the start of April.

Despite the market challenges, White Horse Energy is bringing substantial quantities of product to the market (at present our weekly volumes are 30%-50% up on last year). Unfortunately to deliver these volumes our costs have shot up dramatically (by 30%-40%/tonne). At present we have managed to limit the impact on the consumer to an increase of just 16% over prior years. Our ambition is to secure as much supply as possible for our customers in order to ensure that everyone who needs pellets can get pellets. As soon as we are able, we will reduce our pricing in line with our supply costs. While it is very difficult to determine exactly when this will happen, we'd like to think we would see price reductions from the end of February.

Our long-term view remains that next winter we will see pellet prices somewhere below this winter's pricing, but above previous winters. Despite what has contributed to a perfect storm for the pellet market this year, wood pellets remain a very stable priced energy commodity relative to the alternatives - Electricity, Gas and Oil regularly see price swings far in excess of what the pellet market has seen this year. 
Posted: 16/01/2018 08:40:28 by Stuart Woodward | with 0 comments