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First Wave Of Sponsors Announced For 2018 Wood Bio Conference & Expo

Organizers of the Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo announced the first wave of exhibitor sponsors for the event to be held April 11-12, 2018 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Hosted by Wood Bioenergy magazine every other year, this will be the fifth Wood Bioenergy Conference & Expo. It will […]

Wood Supply Tracking System: Enviva Releases New Supply Chain Data

The world’s largest producer of wood pellets released its latest proprietary Track & Trace forestry data to a sustainable and transparent supply chain. These data are another key tool for measuring and demonstrating Enviva’s sustainability practices throughout the Southeastern United States. The latest Track & Trace data shows that Enviva sourced wood from nearly 1,200 […]

Enviva Will Continue Commitment In Florida

Enviva, the world’s largest producer of wood pellets, announced that it is extending its contracts with the Panama City Port Authority, the Bay Line Railroad, LLC and SSA Gulf, Inc. through 2023. This commitment to the port and the Panama City region supports operations at the company’s Cottondale facility, which has a production capacity of […]

Enviva Unveils Wood Supply Tracking System

Enviva Holdings, wood pellet giant, recently publicly released the first data from its groundbreaking Track & Trace (T&T) program. T&T is a proprietary system that enables Enviva to track every truckload of wood the company procures from the forest back to its source, providing a detailed understanding of the characteristics of the wood the company […]

Wood Pellet Production Inching Toward Chesapeake Bay Watershed

A growing industry that’s harvesting woody biomass from forests for energy generation could gain a toehold soon in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Like virtually every other form of energy, it’s also generating intense debate about its environmental impact. Biomass from trees is already used to generate a small amount of power in the United States; […]

South Carolina Wood Pellet Plant A Possibility

Laurens County remains a potential site for an energy source production company that cuts trees in the U.S., and makes and ships wood pellets to be burned for energy in Europe, after County Council declined to take an action that could have made it less profitable for the company to locate here. Wood pellet production […]

U.S. Wood Pellet Professionals To Reveal Insight At PFI Annual Conference

The Pellet Fuels Institute invites all stakeholders in the U.S. pellet fuels industry to attend its 2016 Annual Conference, held July 24-26 at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. In addition to a comprehensive overview of the U.S. pellet fuels industry, the conference features a golf tournament on a Donald Ross-designed course, […]

Enviva Acquires Virginia Wood Pellet Plant For $131 Million

Biomass producer Enviva Partners LP has acquired the fully-contracted Southampton County, Virginia plant for $131 million. Acquired from Enviva’s sponsor’s joint venture with affiliates of John Hancock Life Insurance Co., the Southampton plant has an annual pellet production capacity of 510,000 metric tons. The purchase was financed with $36.5 million in debt, $15.0 million in […]

Enviva Gives $5 Million To North Carolina, Virginia Forest Conservation

The world’s largest wood pellet fuel manufacturer Enviva Holdings, established $5 million, 10-year program that it says is designed to protect tens of thousands of acres of bottomland forests in northeast North Carolina and southeast Virginia. It will also help shield Enviva from environmental critics, such as the Natural Resources Defense Council, who say the […]

Enviva Applauds EPA On Clean Power Plan

Enviva applauds the steps the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is taking with the Clean Power Plan and its recognition of the role biomass can play in tackling climate change. “Converting coal-fired plants to dedicated or co-fired biomass plants is one of the quickest and most cost-effective ways of achieving substantial reductions in emissions of carbon […]

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