September 30, 2014: Enviva Development Holdings, LLC, an affiliate of Enviva, LP (“Enviva”), and JCE Group Aktiebolag (“JCE”), the sole owner of Green Circle Bio Energy, Inc. (“Green Circle”), announced today
USIPA and Bridging with Biomass Coalition release report detailing carbon benefits of industrial wood pellets
On September 24, the U.S. Industrial Pellet Association (USIPA) and other members of the Bridging with Biomass coalition released a report documenting the environmental benefits delivered by the North American
On December 4th, The World Bioenergy Association released a fact sheet entitled “Carbon neutrality of sustainable biomass from forests” during COP18 UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar. The fact
As the world gravitates more and more towards independence from fossil fuels, a small part of that future energy equation is right here in Ahoskie.
Ground was broken Wednesday for a wood pellet manufacturing company in Franklin.
Hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars will soon be coming to Southampton County, Va. A groundbreaking ceremony for Enviva was held Wednesday afternoon at the facility’s future location just outside of Franklin on Rose Valley Road.
Eight months after striking a deal with Southampton County to locate a manufacturing facility here, Enviva LP will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 25.
The theme of the final panel discussion at the North American Biomass Pellet Export Conference, which was held Sept. 8-9 in New Orleans, was that the pellet industry is growing rapidly, and sustainability is of utmost importance.
In a move that has the potential to add even more legitimacy to the woody biomass industry, The Nature Conservancy and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative have launched a new woody biomass procurement project.
Wood pellet manufacturer Enviva LP has decided to expand the capacity of its 300,000-ton plant under construction in Ahoskie, N.C., by 50,000 tons.