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Andritz Andritz testing torrefaction unit on wood chips
Pellet equipment supplier Andritz is running a pilot plant in Austria testing a new torrefaction unit on locally-sourced wood chips. The finished product is better suited for coal co-firing than untreated woody biomass.
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BC and Korea run workshop on biomass opportunities
A host of organizations, including the Wood Pellet Association of Canada, BC Bioenergy Network, and UBC, are working together to host the BC-Korea Bioenergy Collaboration Workshop, to be held in Vancouver March 19 and 20.
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Vecom Vecoplan Midwest moves to new facility
Vecoplan Midwest, a subsidiary of Vecoplan LLC, recently relocated to an 18,180 square foot facility located in New Albany to allow continued growth.
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Russia to supply Asian biomass
Japanese wood products firm Arkaim is constructing a 250,000 t/yr wood pellet plant in the Khabarovsk region of far east Russia to exclusively serve Asian markets, which is set to come online later this year.
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Savannah River Site starts up operation
U.S. government representatives and Department of Energy officials got together for the successful operational startup of a new $795M renewable energy fueled facility at the Savannah River Site.
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