March/April Biomass

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs

By Biomass Magazine


Working as a team, Vermeer Northeast and Catamount Forest Products came up with a solution that enables Catamount to help meet Vermont's growing demand for biomass heating fuels with economical, high-quality wood chips produced from local forest reso

Partnering to Produce a Better Wood Chip

By Patrick C. Miller


Catamount Forest Products and Vermeer Corp. collaborate to help meet Vermont's biomass heating fuel demand.

Sweden's recycling practices and waste-to-energy industry are unmatched.

Innovative Wood Fuels in New Hampshire delivers its semi-dry wood chips with a full-size live floor tractor-trailer, which can haul twice as much product as a pneumatic blower truck.

Critical Mass

By Ron Kotrba

Old and new players alike are stepping up their game with semi-dry wood chips, and state incentives are helping drive the market to maturity.

New York pellet producer Curran Renewable Energy and its associated businesses have deep roots in forestry, and long-term plans for further growth.


The U.S. South offers global bioenergy producers vast forestry resources and minimal feedstock volatility.

The U.S. industrial wood pellet industry is positioned for future growth.

Countries like Holland and Norway have achieved success in widespread digester installation at dairy farms, but U.S. dairy states are slow to follow suit.

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