Trees are an important part of any farm. They reduce erosion and flooding, absorb air pollutants, provide habitat for insect-eating birds, and cast shade to help livestock stay cool. They produce crops, too, whether it's fruit and nuts at an orchard or wood at a tree farm.

Terrace’s new pellet plant is attracting international attention as the transition continues from fossil fuel dependence to more sustainable energy sources.

BETHESDA, Md.-- Enviva Partners, LP, the world’s largest producer of wood pellets, which provide low-carbon, renewable power, issued a statement thanking the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for their work to ensure that residents’ and other interested parties’ voices were heard during a month-long public comment period as well as at tonight’s public hearing held at the Northampton County High School.

BETHESDA, MD —July 15, 2019 — On July 9, 2019, the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Permit Board, after an extensive review process that included an extended public comment period, a well-attended public hearing in Lucedale, and hundreds of public comments, unanimously approved Enviva’s permit to begin construction on its Lucedale, Mississippi wood pellet plant.

If there’s one thing Georgia has a ton of — actually a billion tons — it’s trees. The state leads the country in acres of private timberland and volume of timber harvested. Some in the timber industry think we should turn more of that wood into electricity.

Pinnacle Renewable Energy ("Pinnacle" or the "Company") (TSX: PL) today announced that it has entered into a limited partnership agreement (the "Partnership") with Tolko Industries Ltd. ("Tolko") to build Northern Pellet Limited Partnership (the "Facility"), a new industrial wood pellet production facility in High Level, Alberta.

Americans are tired of half measures on climate change. Seven in 10 Americans want utility companies to overhaul their operations and generate 100% of the nation's electricity from renewables in the near future.

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