Azwood Energy's Stories
Azwood Hits 65% Growth Through Strategic Recruitment
Ben Crawford reveals why the former plant manager at Fonterra’s Canpac shifted his family of four across New Zealand to join Azwood Energy as one of 15 newly created strategic roles in the Nelson-based renewable energy organisation. Click here to read more.
Banking on Biofuel
A shift from coal to efficient use of wood scraps has put a family-owned Nelson biofuel company at the top of the heap in the renewable energy market. Azwood Energy has been in the energy supply game for 38 years after starting out as a coal supplier before turning to wood energy 13 years ago to meet the growing trend towards reducing carbon footprints and improving air quality. Read The Nelson Mail story here.
Azwood Energy Adopts Leading Production Efficiency Measure
As Azwood Energy has grown the scale of their wood fuel supply, the business has been adopting production and plant efficiency measures. The new measures engage the fuel production staff and helps them to easily identify opportunities to improve efficiency in the manufacturing process, enhancing reliability of fuel supply to consumers. Click here for details
Brook Brewerton Appointed as Azwood Energy General Manager
Azwood Energy announces the appointment of Brook Brewerton as General Manager in a leadership restructure, following key personnel acquisitions in key areas of the business. New Zealand’s wood energy supplier of Biomass Hog Fuel, wood chip and wood pellet fuel have a new board structure, welcoming an external advisory board to the fold. Former General Manager Alan Hinton moves to a senior in-house advisory role, Ferg Brewerton is Chief Executive Officer and Ben Homan moves into the role of Sales Manager. Click here for details.
Azwood Energy, Celebrating 40 Years of Operation
We believe in being resourceful and making the most of what we have been given.
This simple statement “our why” has driven our business for 40 years. It’s the reason we clean-up forestry sites to reduce erosion and use the residue to replace coal in huge boiler systems. And the reason we produce wood chip from logs to help reduce emissions in our communities. Click here for more details.