We have an unsurpassed understanding of the biomass fuel market and unrivalled experience of developing workable and resilient fuel strategies to ensure the reliable delivery of high-quality fuels to biomass and AD plants around the country.
Eco2 offers complete end-to-end management of the fuel supply chain. Our service includes developing bespoke procurement strategies based on the forecast fuel demands and specifications of our clients, negotiating supply contracts, managing logistics and inventory and managing the supplier payment processes.
Additionally, Eco2 manages several strategic storage sites for straw biomass, to help manage fluctuations in the straw market and take advantage of periods of low prices. This allows Eco2 to manage disruptions to the supply chain to protect our clients’ fuel supply from external market shocks.
Eco2 has developed its own software package to enable these processes to be run as efficiently as possible and to fit each client’s particular process and reporting requirements. Through regular reporting, we give our clients peace of mind that the fuel they need will arrive in the right quantities, at the right time and to the required specification.
Robert graduated from The University of Nottingham with a Masters Degree in Manufacturing Engineering.
Robert began his career at British Sugar, where he worked in a number of operational management roles and later in agricultural operations management. Robert joined Eco2’s Management Services division in 2016 as part of the Fuel Procurement team, which manages over 1.5m tonnes of straw and woodchip using Eco2’s own bespoke software that tracks the flow of fuel from field to plant. As Senior Fuel Manager, Robert was personally responsible for the procurement of 250,000 tonnes of straw and wood per year at the 44.2MW Snetterton Biomass Plant in Norfolk.
In his role as Operations Director, Robert’s primary focus is on acquiring new business in the Anaerobic Digestion sector, with the aim of expanding Eco2’s development, commercial and technical asset management offer, which already includes wood and straw-fired biomass, renewable heat projects, landfill gas and onshore wind. In this role, Robert also provides support to existing business activities.Meet the team
Templeborough Biomass Power Plant is a 41 MW waste wood-fired plant near Rotherham. It was the first biomass plant on which Eco2 was appointed as MSA provider without having previously been involved in the project development.
The power station entered commercial operations in 2018. In 2019 it was purchased by Greencoat Capital, with Eco2 acting as technical and commercial advisors. Greencoat Capital have awarded Eco2 the MSA to manage the site operations and the fuel supply.
Eco2's responsibilities at Templeborough include the management of complex fuel procurement strategies, which have contributed considerably to the efficient operation of the asset, and to ensuring a stable financial return to the owners.
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