Inside Biomass Magazine Issue 1


A Foot in the Door

BY Anna SimetAfter a decade-plus pursuit, some biomass-based power generators will have the opportunity to participate in the federal Renewable Fuel Standard program. READ MORE

A Powerful Community Partner

BY Keith Loria Berlin, New Hampshire, is working with its local biomass plant on a project to make use of the facility’s abundant waste heat. READ MORE

Filling The Gap

BY Katie Schroeder Nearly a year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Biomass Magazine examines the impact this event has had on global pellet markets, particularly in Europe. READ MORE


Podcast Preview with Andrew White, CHAR Technologies

BY Anna Simet Biomass Magazine’s final guest of its inaugural podcast season was Andrew White, CEO of CHAR Technologies. READ MORE


Bioenergy Project Development: Sometimes, it’s Okay to Teach to the Test

BY Ted Niblock The development of bioenergy projects is so variable and filled with uncertainty that it’s easy to give up on any kind of organization or structure in the process. READ MORE

Feedstock Variability: Causes, Consequences and Mitigation of Biological Degradation

BY US DOE Feedstock-Conversion Interface Consortium Researchers from the U.S. DOE’s Feedstock-Conversion Interface Consortium and Feedstock Logistics Program describe feedstock variability and why it matters for biorefinery operations. READ MORE

Biochar’s Role in Farming and Soil Health

BY Stephen Smith and Russel Peterson Incorporation of biochar into farm soils improves soil quality, increases farm productivity, and reduces chemical needs. READ MORE

SPOTLIGHT: Five Questions with Mid-South’s Chris Brown

BY Five Questions with Chris Brown Mid-South has provided engineering services for many large pellet facilities in the U.S., projects ranging from minor upgrades and troubleshooting to complete facility design on both greenfield and brownfield projects READ MORE

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