Wood Pellets Topic
Wood pellets are a type of heating fuel made from clean, compressed sawdust. They are increasingly being used by the energy industry in purpose-built or converted wood-burning power plants, notably in Europe, where the energy sector is striving to meet renewables targets and climate change goals. Air quality considerations are helping to make wood pellets a popular alternative to burning coal for electricity generation.
Wood Pellets Latest News
Tasmania allocates AU$1.25M in Wood and Fibre Processing Innovation Program grants to 13 wood processing and bioenergy companies, says projects to create value-added products from wood, plant residues, is part of strategy to grow forest industryOct. 24, 2016, Government of Tasmania
Viridis Energy completes sale of Okanagan Pellet brands to New Hampshire-based wood pellets distributor American BiomassOct. 20, 2016, Viridis Energy Inc.
Oregon-based HM3, working on commercialization of torrefied biomass briquetting technology, completes demonstration plant in Troutdale, Oregon; company is licensing its technology to Japanese utility with plans for a US commercial-scale facilityOct. 19, 2016, Pan African News Agency
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