May/June Biomass

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Business Briefs

Business Briefs

By Anna Simet


Business Briefs

By Biomass Magazine


Altus Renewables manufactures about 125,000 metric tons of wood pellets annually from a processing facility in Tuan along the east coast of Australia. The company plans to build a 500,000-MT wood pellet plant at Mount Gambier in southeastern Australi

Building Out Biomass in the Land Down Under

By Patrick C. Miller


Will Australia use bioenergy to its full potential, or primarily serve export markets?

The Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa, a multidonor fund administered by the African Development Bank Group, is making headway in effecting real socioeconomic change in sub-Saharan Africa—and biomass power is an integral component.

The California city of Santa Monica’s famous Big Blue Bus public transportation fleet is fueled with 100 percent Redeem, RNG Coalition member Clean Energy Fuels’ renewable natural gas fuel (RNG). The city estimates an annual average use of 2 mill

Rallying for RNG

By Anna Simet

The Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas's Marcus Gillette discusses the organization, its goals and progress in expanding the production and use of RNG in North America.

Though differing in size, scope and market reach, the ultimate goals of domestic and industrial wood pellet projects are similar.

Georgia Renewable Power is commissioning two new 58-MW biomass power facilities in Georgia while planning a redesign at its flagship plant in North Carolina.

The 12th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo drew nearly 900 attendees to Savannah, Georgia.


The evidence is clear: Demand for forest products—including wood pellets, wood chips and other renewable wood resources used to generate energy—is associated with more, not less, productive forests.

Opportunities for Biomass Utilization in the Last Frontier

By Zackery Wright, Daisy Huang and David Nicholls

For the first time in more than 30 years, cofiring tests were performed at a utility-scale power plant in Alaska.

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