Parallel to the tense situation on the pellets market in Germany and Europe, we have noticed that an increasing number of forged ENPlus certificates are in circulation. We are receiving more and more enquiries about the authenticity of ENPlus certificates.
For this reason, we would like to advise caution and provide assistance on how you can check the authenticity of your certificate.
You can find all currently certified traders and producers on this website:
Please note that any company that is not on this list (either because the certification process is still ongoing or because they are using fake or foreign ENplus IDs) does NOT have a valid ENplus ID and is not allowed to sell pellets as ENplus.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as 100% certainty: we have also received forged certificates issued in the name of certified companies.
If you have any concerns or suspicions, please contact your certification body and the European Pellet Council (EPC).
With kind regards,
your Control Union team