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GFBiochemicals and American Process join forces to create a world-class integrated biorefinery

The Italian biochemical company GFBiochemicals and Atlanta-based American Process Inc., which is specialized in the development of technologies for the commercial production of sugars and ethanol from biomass, have entered into a joint development agreement to create the largest integrated cellulosic biorefinery in the world. 528 more words


[NEWS] Maine Gov. Says He Didn't Sign $13M Biomass Bailout Bill (He Did)

– by Steve Mistler, March 22, 2017, Maine Public

Gov. Paul LePage claimed Wednesday that he did not sign a bill last year that diverted over $13 million to several ailing biomass facilities, though he actually did. 118 more words


[NEWS] Albany, NY Biomass Facility Will Go Online Soon

– by Brad McEwen, March 25, 2017, Albany Herald

After years of assembling some very complex pieces, officials close to the project to build a renewable energy biomass cogeneration facility adjacent to Albany’s Procter & Gamble say things are progressing as planned and that the $200 million plant should begin producing energy and steam for its customers in the next few months. 189 more words


[NEWS] Gainesville, FL Utility and Biomass Officials Agree on $750M Buyout

– by Andrew Caplan, March 22, 2017, Gainesville Sun

After months of back-and-forth negotiations, Gainesville Regional Utilities and biomass plant officials have reached an agreement regarding the city’s acquisition of the Gainesville Renewable Energy Center. 182 more words


Sandwich biomass power plant – a chance to bring woodland back into management?

A £160 million deal has been reached to build a biomass power plant capable of supplying 50,000 homes in Kent.

The plant in Sandwich, Kent is set to be up and running by the summer of 2018, and Euroforest, the company contracted to supply the wood fuelling the power station, will shortly begin buying in order to build up stocks. 204 more words


Energy News for week ending March 17, 2017

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! And in Massachusetts – it’s also Evacuation Day. So, instead of a long note today we’re going to get right to the stories so you can evacuate your work premises and enjoy some holiday celebration. 731 more words