Our mission

To be the most reliable pellet producer in the world

Our vision

To globally develop the usage of renewable energy

Our goal

To produce and supply environmentally friendly and high-quality products

Europe´s biggest pellet producer

Graanul Invest group operates in the field of bioenergy and renewable energy production, forestry and biomaterials development.

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Graanul Invest has grown fast to be one of the biggest pellet producers in Europe and one of the biggest independent renewable energy producers in the Baltic  Sea region.

Group owns three forestry companies that make it one of the largest private forestland owners in Estonia. 

Graanul Invest owns pellet factories all over Baltics and in the USA. Group production capacity is 2,7 million tons per year.

We produce and supply nature-friendly and high-quality products and contribute to the preservation of the environment by providing renewable fuel to the market and reduction of waste from conventional fossil fuel based energy.

Environmentally friendly energy

Pellets constitute a 100% renewable natural resource and are sustainable source of energy.

Pellets constitute a solid biological fuel, being one of the most convenient and effective sources of renewable energy.

In the production process of pellets the woody biomass is first chipped, then dried and milled into dust, pressed and finally cooled.

This process results in the production of pellets with the diameter of 6 – 8 mm. Pellets do not contain any additives besides natural wood.

Pellets due to uniform quality and dimensions can be conveniently used in automatic household heating solutions as well as in automated industrial systems.

Pellets are one of the most environmentally friendly sources of renewable energy.  

29. June 2020 /

Graanul Invest Group has a carbon negative footprint

Graanul Invest Group has published its 2019 Sustainability Report that includes for the first time carbon footprint calculations. The report states that the balance of the groups’ carbon emissions is not only zero, but strongly negative, functioning as a sink for carbon dioxide equivalents.

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