Salix is the most efficient energy crop


Renewable efficiency

There is a growing need for green, renewable sources of energy in the world today. Willow has been proven, time and again, to be the most efficient crop for this purpose.

Willow is harvested every 3-4 years from the same stump with exceptionally high yields. It is then splintered into chips to become biomass fuel, delivered directly to the power stations.

High-yield cultivated willow varieties in combination with modern technology and logistics provide excellent profitability. In addition, willow has a number of other positive effects on its immediate environment. To read more, click here