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
New Forests' proposed AU$115M-AU$145M pellet plant in Tasmania would be located near subsidiary Forico's Long Reach woodchip mill, use wood from former Gunns plantations, now managed by Forico and FSC-certifiedSep. 26, 2016, The Mercury
New Forests proposes AU$115M-AU$145M pellet plant in Tasmania, Australia, that would use locally sourced plantation wood fiber, supply mainly Japanese market; state contributes AU$250,000 towards AU$5M feasibility studySep. 26, 2016, Government of Tasmania
Graham Construction, which is building £100M, multi-phase Peel Ports Biomass Terminal at UK's Port of Liverpool to handle wood pellet imports for Drax, records one million hours free of reportable work-related incidents on projectSep. 23, 2016, John Graham Holdings Ltd.
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- New Forests Pty Ltd.
- Clyde Bergemann Power Group International Ltd.
- Energetický a Průmyslový Holding AS (EPH)
- FutureMetrics LLC
- Integrated Global Services Inc. (IGS)
- Itochu Corp.
- John Graham Holdings Ltd.
- Land Energy
- MGT Power
- Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
- Pacific BioEnergy
- SCS Global Services
- Sojitz Corp.
- Solvay SA