VANCOUVER, Feb. 11, 2019 - Pinnacle Renewable Energy ("Pinnacle" or the "Company") (TSX: PL) announced today that operations at its wood pellet production facility in Entwistle, Alberta (the "Facility") have been temporarily suspended.
In Cyprus, we use a lot of charcoal – to grill meat. But KTV Green Enterprises, a company based in the mountain village of Kambos, suggests another use for charcoal – to prevent pollution, and increase crop yield, water conservation and electricity production.
While 320 hectares of land near Enterprise, N.W.T. remains covered in snow, the CEO of a proposed multimillion-dollar wood pellet plant is growing increasingly frustrated by the most recent delay in a series of setbacks preventing the company from beginning construction.
The Arizona Corporation Commission this week agreed to require the state's utilities to buy or produce 90 megawatts of energy annually from biomass — saving the forest restoration industry from collapse.
Backers of a historic plan to restore forest health and save rural communities from wildfires made a desperate plea to the Arizona Corporation Commission this week to require power companies to burn wood scraps for energy.
I was encourage by a recent Black Press article about Williams Lake's Mayor Cobb supporting the use of slash piles instead of rail ties, but was concerned about Mr. Shannon's remarks that he hoped the mayor is successful in pushing for a secured affordable biomass for Atlantic Power.