• News

  • 17.May
  • AltaGas Power Sells Equity In 2 Plants
  • Officials with Atlantic Power Corp. recently announced  an agreement to acquire equity ownership in Craven County Wood Energy in North Carolina and Grayling Generating Station in Michigan for $20 million from AltaGas Power Holdings, subject to approval by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Closing is expected by mid-2019. Craven County Wood Energy is a 48 […]

  • 16.May
  • UT Group Receives Biofuel Development Study Grant
  • Researchers at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) have been awarded a grant for nearly $1 million to determine the key issues surrounding development of year-round woody biomass feedstock systems for commercialized biorefineries in the Southeastern U.S. While corn- and stover-based ethanol plants have had success in the marketplace, facilities producing wood-based cellulosic […]

  • 05.Apr
  • Drax Biomass Aids School Clean Up
  • Drax Biomass worked with the Keep Morehouse Beautiful initiative in late March to clean up the front campus of the Morehouse Elementary School—not far from the Drax Biomass Morehouse pelleting operation. The community project included pressure washing the front of the school, removing dead and overgrown shrubs, pruning shrubs and clearing drainage which is filled […]

  • 05.Mar
  • Korea’s Hanwha Orders IMAL PAL Pellet Plant
  • At the beginning of 2019 IMAL PAL Group signed an important project with Korea’s Hanwha for a new pellet plant in South Korea of 40 t/h capacity, a production of approximately 320,000 t/year. PAL will supply the following machinery and systems (manufactured in Italy): —screening and cleaning system of the chips feeding stream by Dynascreen […]

  • Editor's Blog

  • 26.Aug
  • CHIP CHIP HOORAY!
  • Written By: Rich Donnell Organizers of the fourth Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo announce that one of the themes of the event will be entitled CHIP CHIP HOORAY! and emphasize speakers and exhibits that address technologies and developments in in-woods chippers, grinders, mulchers, biomass processing accessories, and transportation to markets. “It’s a natural addition to […]

  • 15.Apr
  • Brrr, It’s Cold There
  • Written By: Jessica Johnson By now you should have the April issue of Wood Bioenergy in your hands, which highlights ReEnergy Holdings facility in Ashland, Me. You’ll read the story of who I dubbed the fabulous four, a four man restart and management team that took a lot of nearly nothing and made it into […]

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