Inside Biomass Magazine Issue 4


Power with a Purpose

BY Katie Schroeder Novo BioPower CEO Brad Worsley describes the impact the family-owned biomass power plant has on the health of Arizona’s ponderosa pine forests. READ MORE

Minnesota Biomass Revival

BY Susanne Retka Schill Urban centers are expecting the current onslaught of EAB-killed wood to continue, but lost infrastructure will need rebuilding for woody biomass markets to rebound. READ MORE


Podcast Preview with Andrew Eastman, Husch Blackwell

BY Biomass Magazine Andrew Eastman, senior council at Husch Blackwell, discusses contracts and financing for biogas projects during Season 1, Episode 8 of the Biomass Magazine Podcast. READ MORE


Biocoal Exports’ Potential Role in US Forest Restoration and Japan’s Decarbonization Efforts

BY Hiroshi Morihara HM3 Energy Inc.'s Hiroshi Morihara discusses the potential for U.S. biocoal production using biomass gathered via planned forest thinning operations. The product can be economically exported to Japan, he says, where it is used to replace coal. READ MORE

SPOTLIGHT: Brunette Machinery Co., Advanced Forestry Equipment

BY Brunette Machinery Co. Specializing in wood processing and material handling systems for over 80 years, Brunette Machinery Co. provides custom engineered solutions for mill optimization. The company manufactures drum chippers, grinders and complementary equipment. READ MORE

Pulpwood Paradise and the US South

BY Brooks Mendell Wood fiber costs account for over 50% of the total pulp manufacturing cost worldwide, so tracking wood fiber costs supports investment and operational decisions across a range of facilities and markets in the forest sector. READ MORE

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