Since the first edition of Expobiomasa, in 2006, pellet consumption in Europe in the residential sector has gone from 3 more than 18 million tons. In this same period, the consumption of domestic pellets in Spain has increased to 700.000 tons per year that were consumed in 2020. And the forecasts point to reaching the Millón of tons in 2022.

Spanish producers guarantee the supply and increase production in a rhythmic way. Spain's productive capacity far exceeds consumption, which allows it to supply the national market and export to other European countries.

La ENplus certification of the pellet has consolidated as quality reference among consumers worldwide. 38 Spanish manufacturers have the certificate in force and work daily to maintain the required parameters, while increasing the levels of control and inspection in order to guarantee quality.

Located in the heart of the Tierra de Pinares region, Naturpellet's maxim is to manufacture pellets of the best quality and respectful of the environment.
Gebio Energía, an energy services company, has been producing its own certified pellets of the highest quality since last year and has implemented a new logistics system to serve its customers in Spain and Portugal.
Naparpellet is a leading company in pellet and chip innovation and quality that is "transforming the future". In fact, it is the only firm recommended by many manufacturers of boilers and stoves in Europe. The high quality pellets are produced with 100% pine sawdust, dried at low temperatures, and average manufacturing humidity of 6%, which enables us to ensure a PCI of 4,94-5,35kwh / kg.
CEPEVER ENERGÍA VERDE is a new project that is based on the knowledge of the sector during more than a decade of growth and helps clients to improve the management and purchase of pellets, offering a 360-degree service. The strength that this project defends is solidity and simple things.
Briquetas CarWood has carried out a study focused on the calculation of greenhouse gas emissions generated during heating in greenhouses using fossil fuels and densified biomass fuels. The study was carried out for a greenhouse with an area of ​​5.000 m2, estimating emissions for fossil fuels and biomass from British Government emission factors. 
Oliva Corks - CARBOON is the first plant in Spain that produces charcoal in pyrolytic ovens and manages to transform firewood from pruning and felling into charcoal through pyrolysis, which chemically decomposes an organic element and transforms it into another. This is achieved at elevated temperatures in the absence of oxygen. The three key advantages of this process are:
The company, which manufactures 40.000 tons of pellets per year using forest residues from the area, plans to go on to 60.000 tons per year manufactured. For this reason they have undertaken different investments to improve the plant, the storage system and thus optimize production capacity and reduce costs. This bet has cost Pellets Asturias close to three million euros.
The price of heating oil has increased by 17% since last January. The price of diesel suffers significant drops and rises from time to time. Since the decline at the beginning of the pandemic, it has already recovered and risen by 57% in one year, and this rise is causing an increase in confidence in the installation of new biomass heating equipment.
The Spanish Biomass Association (Avebiom), the organizing body of EXPOBIOMASA, has been trying to normalize and unify the use of olive pit for years.
Pellets are the most elaborate natural biofuel. They are small cylinders of 6 to 8 millimeters in diameter and 1 to 4 centimeters in length that are obtained by pressing wood sawdust. Thanks to lignin, a natural component of wood that acts as glue, it is possible to form small cylinders without using any additives. A RENEWABLE ENERGY OF NATURAL ORIGIN
Since January 2021, the importer and distributor of machinery FARMING AGRÍCOLA has obtained energy to heat its offices, workshops and showroom at its headquarters in Palencia thanks to a 180 kW ÖKOTHERM boiler that uses straw pellets of its own production as the only fuel .
The world's leading certification system for high quality wood pellets continues to grow for another year. ENplus® confirms that in 2020 the total production of certified pellets reached 12,3 million tons and expects that the quantity for the current year will exceed 14 million tons, as derived from the data provided by the producers to the European Council of the Pellet.