Wood Pellets

Ailsa Renewable Energy Ltd
We are a specialist wood pellet stockist. We supply and deliver bagged wood fuel throughout south west and central Scotland. Wood Pellets are a low carbon and renewable fuel source for use in wood pellet boilers and wood pellet stoves. Wood Pellet boilers are a worthwhile solution to many renewable fuel installations, including shops/small businesses, schools, hospitals, office and domestic houses.

Bagged Wood Fuel Pellets
Our wood pellets are delivered to your address in 10kg bags or a pallet of 98 bags. The bags only weigh 10 kg and are easy to handle, stack and store. They can be lifted easily and tipped into your pellet stove, boiler or fuel store.

Bagged wood pellets are available in the following formats:
• individual 10Kg bags
• pallet of 98 bags at 980Kgs

Bulk Deliveries
We deliver up to 15 tons loose bulk blown wood pellets.
Tote bags also available.
Please ring for a quotation – 01465 881372

Ailsa Renewable Energy   Please ring for quote: 01465 881372.


Pellet Specification
• 6mm or 8mm wood pellets.
• Delivery available throughout Ayrshire, central and south west Scotland.
• Delivery available normally within 3-5 working days’ notice.

Wood Briquettes
We supply wood briquettes which offer easy, convenient combustion and are suitable for burning in multi-fuel stoves, log burners and open fireplaces. The briquettes are packed in easily managed packs of six briquettes, weighing approximately 10kg.

Dimensions: 7cm x 7cm x 30cm (length).
The briquettes are brittle and can easily be broken by hand, if required, to fit smaller stoves.

Ailsa Renewable Energy Please ring for quote: 01465 881372.

Renewable Heat Incentive

The UK has set targets for using renewable energy, including wood fuel, as part of the drive to reduce carbon emissions. Heat generated from renewable energy sources currently meets 1 percent of the UK’s total heat demand. To reach the first renewable energy target, set for 2020, around 12 percent of the UK’s heat has to be generated from renewable sources.

This is why the Government is introducing a Renewable Heat Incentive, or RHI, which will reward users of renewable heat installations, in effect paying them to use their own heating systems.