May 2015

U.S. Wood Pellets Can Help EU Meet Renewable Energy Goals

Wood pellet supplies from the southeastern United States could assist the European Union (EU) to meet its 2020 policy goals for increased renewable energy and reduced greenhouse gas emissions without decreasing U.S. forest inventories or diminishing their carbon storage capacity. A new analysis by researchers at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and […]

World’s Smallest Biomass Power Plant Comes To UK

A mini biomass power plant suitable for small business use has been set up in Cheshire. German company Entrade’s E3 is the first mass-produced micro biomass power plant in the world. For the first time, a plant that can literally be delivered through the front door and installed in a day can generate electricity for […]

Zilkha Biomass Opens Alabama Wood Pellet Plant

After a few years of planning, developing and building, Zilkha Biomass Energy’s Selma plant is ready for business. The Selma and Dallas County Economic Development Authority hosted a ribbon cutting at the plant Thursday morning to celebrate its grand opening. “This is really exciting because this is a 10-year dream that has become a reality,” […]

Oregon Senator Introduces Grant Program To Improve Biomass Innovation

Oregon Senator Ron Wyden has been working to increase the use of biomass in his state and the country, and has introduced another bill with the goal of improving technologies for woody biomass. The bill, the Bioenergy Act of 2015, would create a cost-share grant program at the Department of Energy (DOE) to improve technology […]

Oregon Gains Key Biomass Project Grants

From: Wood Bioenergy Staff Oregon gained several U.S. Forest Service (FS) grants to aid in developing wood bioenergy resources, markets and infrastructure as part of the recently announced $9 million in FS Wood Innovations grants awarded to projects in 23 states. The state is a major player in solid wood and paper product markets and […]


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