The Russian Pellet Union consists of Members (responsible solid biomass producers) and Partners (stakeholders related to the sector).
To become a Member a company has to be a solid biomass producer registered in Russia.
The Union evaluates every application. Among other things, is of importance the reputation of applicant Members and Partners.
Russian, foreign, and multinational organisations related to the Russian biomass sector can become a Partner of the Union.
Such stakeholders are, for example:
The Partnership Programme of the Union focusses on:
The Union addresses the interests and questions of its Partners. On large topics Work Groups are formed, in which interested Members and Partners cooperate. If additional research is required, the Union assists in setting up projects, in which Members and Partners can chose to have tasks carried out by specialists.
Through the Partnership Programme stakeholders can cooperate with the Union and its Members and address their concerns regarding the Russian biomass sector. As the Union achieves the official status of a Self-Regulatory Organisation, it gives stakeholders the opportunity to deliver input to the improvement of legislation, norms, law-enforcement methods, and subsidy programs related to the solid biomass sector.