A proposed biomass fuel production facility in Kensington has generated significant interest from the local community.
Drax welcomes deal reached by EU institutions in support of sustainably sourced biomass
Global renewable energy leader, Drax Group, has welcomed a positive conclusion of the European Union’s discussions on the revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (REDIII).
CARBONLOOP and HAFFNER ENERGY announce order for HYNOCA equipment for first two hydrogen and biochar production sites from biomass
Paris, April 4, 2023 - CARBONLOOP and HAFFNER ENERGY announced today that they have signed two purchase orders for the supply, installation and commissioning by HAFFNER ENERGY of the first two HYNOCA® stations for the first two CARBONLOOP sites.
Enviva’s Port of Chesapeake Receives the “Innovation in Recycling, Reusing, or Repurposing” Award by The Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council
BETHESDA, Md., March 15,2023 – Enviva Inc. (NYSE: EVA), the world’s leading producer of sustainably sourced woody biomass, is recognized by the Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council (CEIC) for its efforts to improve the environment and keep Chesapeake, Virginia beautiful.
Biomass Milestone Achieved as 200th Shipment of Renewable Fuel Departs Port of Greater Baton Rouge
Drax has processed over 10 million tons of sustainable biomass through the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, supporting thousands of jobs across the southeast U.S.
California North Coast agencies wonder what to do with all the wood waste
As California ramps up attempts to reduce woodland fuels for destructive wildfires a parallel effort has been emerging to both keep that woody waste out of landfills and perhaps help with the state’s need for always-on renewable energy.
New Peer Reviewed Research Reinforces the Carbon Neutrality of Sustainably Sourced Biomass in the U.S. Southeast
BETHESDA, Md., February 8, 2023 – Enviva Inc. (NYSE: EVA), the world’s leading producer of sustainably sourced woody biomass, along with the U.S. Industrial Pellet Association (USIPA), welcome a recent study, titled “Impacts of the US southeast wood pellet industry on local forest carbon stocks.”
MOU Concluded on Collaboration for the First Commercial Production of Cellulosic Bioethanol from Woody Biomass in Japan and Its Development into Bio-chemical Products
Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President: Toru Nozawa; hereinafter "Nippon Paper"), Sumitomo Corporation (Head Office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President and CEO: Masayuki Hyodo) and Green Earth Institute Co., Ltd. (Head Office: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; CEO: Tomohito Ihara; hereinafter "GEI"), agreed to begin trilateral consideration of the first commercial production of cellulosic bioethanol from woody biomass in Japan and its development into bio-chemical products.
The communitiy of Opitciwan soon to be powered by a forest biomass cogeneration plant
The Conseil des Atikamekw d’Opitciwan (CAO), Hydro-Québec (HQ) and the Société en commandite Onimiskiw Opitciwan (SCOO) have forged a historic agreement to build a forest biomass cogeneration plant to supply Opitciwan.
Wood Pellets are the New High Dividend Opportunity: Enviva is the Way to Invest
The international trade in wood pellets are the fastest growing alternative energy export from the USA to the European Union.
NC grants Enviva Pellets modified permit for Ahoskie plant
State environmental officials have agreed to allow an Ahoskie biomass facility to increase production in exchange for upgrading air filtration devices at its Hertford County plant.
Loggers say there will be a ‘huge effect” if Fort Drum’s biomass plant closes
FORT DRUM, New York (WWNY) - You don’t normally think about where the wood goes when Bill Elliott & Sons Tree Service cuts down a tree. A large amount of the wood waste is sent to Fort Drum and its Biomass plant. A plant that is set to shutdown.
Grand River Pellets expands production to meet customer demand for greener energy
J.D. Irving, Limited has long played a key role fighting climate change with efforts that include planting over a billion trees. JDI recently declared its Forest Supply Chain, from seed to sale of products, carbon neutral.
Woody biomass could fuel North's steel and mining industry
The innovative southern Ontario company is putting its plans into motion to make renewable energy from woody biomass.
Maine facility plans to be 1st in New England to mass produce biochar
The lumber yard in Enfield held hundreds of stacked spruce and fir logs at the turn of the new year, ready to be transformed into boards and used to build whatever a carpenter might dream up.
Enviva’s Statement Regarding the Dutch Parliament’s Motion on Sustainably Sourced Biomass
BETHESDA, Md., January 5, 2023 – Enviva Inc. (NYSE: EVA), the world’s leading producer of sustainably sourced woody biomass, today issued the following statement regarding the Dutch Parliament’s motion on sustainably sourced biomass.
Province orders Nova Scotia Power to use biomass to generate electricity
Nova Scotia Power will use more biomass to generate electricity for the next three years, under regulatory changes by the province that are angering environmentalists and being lauded by the forestry industry.
Ontario and Canada Investing in Clean Energy Production Using Forest Biomass
Funding will help establish Canada’s only renewable natural gas facility to exclusively use woody by-products
Kelowna-based REN Energy gets approval to build a renewable natural gas generating facility in Fruitvale
A Kelowna-based energy company has been given the go-ahead to build a renewable natural gas facility in the West Kootenays.
Waste to energy projects offer alternatives to burning and landfills
Flax and canola straw, sawdust, and wood waste— there have been very few uses for these biowaste products, and producers have been left wondering how to get rid of them.
Sustainable Bioelectricity and Heat from Mercer Timber Products’ Biomass Power Plant
At our Saalburg-Ebersdorf site, Mercer Timber Products (MTP) operates its own biomass power plant. Through this plant, we generate heat and bioelectricity for use in our mill. The plant has a firing heat capacity of 49.5 MW and an electrical capacity of 12.89 MW.