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$1.4 Million Grant for Enviva Lucedale Road Project

The Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a $1.4 million grant to the George County Board of Supervisors, Lucedale, Miss. to make critical infrastructure improvements to the George County Industrial Park. The improved industrial site will accommodate local business needs, including the development of a wood pellet plant that will produce over 1.4 million metric […]

Enviva Launches Enhanced Global Sourcing Policy

Enviva, the world’s largest producer of industrial wood pellets, in partnership with the Earthworm Foundation, announced that it is enhancing its responsible sourcing policy to better accomplish its commitment to the highest possible standards in sustainability. “As a leader in sustainability within the forest products sector, Enviva recognizes its critical role in ensuring forest and […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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