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(UPM, Helsinki, 30 January at 12.15 EET) – UPM takes the next transformative growth step and enters the biochemicals business by investing in a biorefinery at Leuna, Germany.

LignoTech South Africa (LignoTech) is an equal partnership joint venture between Sappi Southern Africa Limited (“Sappi”) and Borregaard AS of Norway (“Borregaard”).

The project to establish a biorefinery connected to Östrand’s pulp mill is proceeding according to plan.

The COVID-19 pandemic, which is currently rampant in the world, is sparing few businesses. CelluForce, the world leader in the development and commercial production of Cellulose Nanocrystals (CNC), an advanced new biomaterial produced from wood, has been impacted as well.

Stora Enso aims to meet the demand of the global battery market by developing renewable alternatives for the automotive industry, for example.

UPM is aiming to find sustainable solutions for replacing fossil-based raw materials and offering environmentally sound alternatives. One of the most recent innovations is UPM Formi EcoAce biocomposite, launched at the beginning of 2020.

For the first time in 230 years, Britain has completed 67 days, 22 hours and 55 minutes without burning coal to generate electricity,  due in part to our renewable wood pellets.

In an ocean of economic strife, Brad Mapes believes his 320-hectare parcel of South Slave land is about to become the NWT’s beacon of hope.

Valmet will supply a new biomass fuel feeding system for one of the circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boilers owned and operated by PT. Cikarang Listrindo Tbk (Cikarang Listrindo) at their Babelan Power Station, Indonesia.

Pyrocell AB will build the first plant in Sweden for processing sawdust into renewable bio-oil at Kastet's sawmill outside Gävle in Sweden.

Valmet will supply automation to AustroCel’s bioethanol plant currently under construction in Hallein, Austria. The advanced automation technology will provide the plant with high operational flexibility, reliability and availability in producing biofuel to replace fossil fuel.

SURREY, BC – April 30, 2020: FortisBC is teaming up with REN Energy International Corporation (REN Energy) to offer Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) produced from wood waste to its customers.

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