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wood pellet projects

Maine Wood Pellet Projects Sputter

After years of delays, tax abatements and the dismantling of the former Great Northern Paper’s Millinocket facility, the proposed Thermogen wood pellet mill on that site remains in the early stages of development, but it is still live. While the company in the past year has remained relatively quiet about the project tied to Great […]

State Grants Awarded To Vermont Wood Pellet Projects

Some Vermont schools and housing groups have received a total of more than $900,000 in state grant money to develop cleaner, renewable biomass heat. The Rutland Herald reports the state’s Clean Energy Development Fund on Monday handed out money to 16 projects to support wood pellet infrastructure. Wood pellets are a heating fuel used instead […]

Why Some Wood Pellet Projects Fail To Perform As Expected

This white paper could be called “wood pellet making 101”. It highlights several critical areas in the process of converting wood to wood pellets. Making wood pellets appears to be a simple and straight forward process: Take wood chips or sawdust and dry the material to a specified moisture content, mill to a very small […]

Enviva, Hancock Natural Resource Group Partner On Industrial Wood Pellet Projects

Enviva Holdings, LP and John Hancock Life Insurance Company announced today that they have partnered to develop industrial wood pellet production plants and marine export terminals in the southeastern U.S. Through their affiliates, Enviva Development Holdings, LLC and Hancock Natural Resource Group, Inc., the companies have committed to invest up to an aggregate of $320 […]

Enova Energy Group Announces Wood Pellet Projects

Enova Energy Group, LLC, a vertically integrated developer and asset owner of renewable energy projects, has announced that it will build three wood pellet projects in Georgia and South Carolina beginning in Q1 2012. Enova has created a subsidiary, Enova Wood Pellet Group, LLC, which has a dedicated management team solely focused on the wood […]


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