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1. $1.7M grant will improve barge access for proposed pellet plant.


The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration announced on Oct. 20 a $1.7 million grant to improve barge access at the Port of Epes Industrial Park in Alabama. The project will benefit Enviva’s pellet plant under development at the site. …Read More

By Erin Voegele | October 21, 2020


2. UK government to issue new biomass strategy in 2022.


The U.K. government announced on Oct. 15 that it intends to publish a new biomass strategy in 2022. The U.K. Renewable Energy Association welcomed the announcement, stressing that bioenergy is essential to the renewables revolution. …Read More

By Erin Voegele | October 19, 2020


3. UK Bioenergy Generation, Capacity Increase In Q2.


Renewables accounted for a growing share of U.K. electricity generation during the second quarter of 2020. Generation from bioenergy was up nearly 10 percent during the period, according to data released by the U.K. government on Oct. 8. ” …Read More

By Erin Voegele | October 13, 2020


4. Drax, Velocys help launch Coalition for Negative Emissions.


U.K.-based companies Drax Group and Velocys are among 11 organizations that have launched the Coalition for Negative Emissions, which aims to achieve a sustainable and resilient recovery from COVID-19 by developing pioneering projects that can remove carbon dioxide and other pollutants from the atmosphere. ” …Read More

By Erin Voegele | October 13, 2020


5. Oral Arguments Held In Challenge To EPA’s ACE Rule.


Oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging U.S. EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy Program were held before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on Oct. 8. One portion of the arguments focused specifically on the program’s treatment of biomass co-firing. ” …Read More

By Erin Voegele | October 12, 2020



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