The Zilkha Black® Pellet is a revolutionary advancement in the pellet industry: our additive-free pellet is water-resistant, durable, energy-dense, and an ideal replacement for coal.
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ZILKHA BIOMASS NEWS
USDA: European biomass demand beneficial for US
The increasing wood pellet demand accelerates forest growth, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and increases forest investment according to USDA Acting Chief Economist Robert Johansson.
U.S.: Executive order to reduce GHG emissions
Thanks to a recently signed executive order, U.S. federal agencies have a new goal to cut their emissions over the next decade by an average of 40 percent compared with their 2008 levels. Agencies must also increase their use of electricity from renewable sources by 30 percent.
Electricity from biomass with carbon capture could make western U.S. carbon-negative
A new UC Berkeley study shows that if biomass electricity production is combined with carbon capture and sequestration in the western United States, power generators could actually store more carbon than they emit.
Land of Opportunity? (Editorial)
The editors of Arkansas Business wrote an editorial highlighting the job creating potential of ZBE and other clean energy companies.
Zilkha announces new pellet plant project in Monticello
Zilkha Biomass Energy announced a new pellet plant project located in Monticello, Arkansas. Once constructed, this plant will become one of Zilkha’s largest facilities.
Shipping US wood pellets across Atlantic cuts emissions
U.S. Forest Service Helps Fund Harvard Forest Green Energy Project
“These projects remove and use excess wood – the same trees and brush that fuel the catastrophic wildfires we’ve seen in the last several years – from our nation’s forests.”
Valmet & Zilkha Announce Collaborative Agreement
Zilkha Biomass Energy and Valmet have signed a five-year collaboration agreement to bring steam exploded black pellets to the market.