Biofuels Digest just published IBTC President Michael Wild’s presentation at ABLC Global 2018 in San Francisco, during which he delivered an overview of biomass torrefaction’s status, market requirements, and supply chain efficiency comparison. See the presentation >>
Valongo, 11 December 2018 – Portuguese bioenergy start-up Futerra Torrefaçao e Tecnologia S.A. (Futerra Fuels) has started the construction of their first commercial scale torrefied pellet production plant in Valongo, Portugal. The plant will have an annual production capacity of 120.000 tons of torrefied pellets and 55.000 tons of regular industrial wood pellets per year. According to Henk Hutting, chairman … Read More
Baltania OÜ has awarded Pöyry with an assignment for Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) services for the new Torrefied Pellet Plant project in Vägari, Estonia. The assignment includes project management, basic engineering, procurement and site supervision services. Read the full article .
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Construction of the Airex Energy biomass torrefaction plant is now underway at Laprade industrial park in Becancour, Qc. Using Airex’s patented CarbonFX technology, the plant will have an annual production capacity of 15,000 tons. The facility is well situated near the St-Lawrence Seaway, in an area known for its abundant forest resources and rich pulp and paper industry heritage. Designed … Read More
The elections for the IBTC Presidency were held during the IBTC Steering Committee (16.04.2015, London), where Michael Wild was re-elected as president. Mr. Wild, has been active in renewable energies for about 24 years. Since 2007, he has a leading position in torrefaction technology development forming also a consortium with Andritz AG. Today, he is acting in project development, as … Read More
Read the latest press release published by Torr-Coal announcing the accession of A. Hak Renewable Energy an AKA-BEL NV into the Torr-Coal Group as primary shareholders. As a result, both parties own now the 48% of the company’s share.