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Today, the Federal President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, visited UPM's state-of-the-art biochemicals facility in Leuna, Germany. During a series of visits to innovative industry champions in Eastern Germany, Steinmeier wants to increase the visibility of positive economic development in the region.

10-acre facility in Charleston International Manufacturing Center will be capable of processing 110,000 tons of CTO from wood pulp used in paper manufacturing

UPM celebrated today the official start of the construction of the state-of-the-art biochemicals facility in Leuna, Germany. The biorefinery investment of EUR 550 million is a major milestone in UPM’s strategic transformation.

Stora Enso’s pilot facility for producing bio-based carbon materials from lignin has started operations. This follows the company’s EUR 10 million investment announced in 2019. Pilot production of Lignode® by Stora Enso, wood-based carbon for batteries, is currently being ramped up.

The new generation of high-performance wood materials offers unexpected hi-tech possibilities to the worlds of design and architecture.

BOSK Bioproducts inaugurated its first REGENᵀᴹ bioplastic production line, a 100% biobased, non-toxic and compostable material, installed in Quebec City.

Trees and wood fiber are more than just the renewable natural resources from which we make our everyday products. They serve as an important source of renewable energy.

The issue of carbon neutrality for wood-based bioenergy just won’t go away. In recent months, Politico, The New York Times, and CNN all have run high-level stories that take the Europeans to task for using wood pellets from the U.S. South because of concerns that wood-based biomass is not carbon neutral.

Elkem has a long-term goal to reduce CO2 emissions through increased use of biocarbon.

Cascadia needs to move heavy vehicles and industry off fossil fuels. Meet the people inventing life after diesel.

A groundbreaking biogas plant in Nymölla, Sweden, is the result of a partnership between the energy company Gasum and the renewable materials provider Stora Enso.

Teams from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Sandia National Laboratories have collaborated to develop a streamlined and efficient process for converting woody plant matter like forest overgrowth and agricultural waste – material that is currently burned either intentionally or unintentionally – into liquid biofuel.