Georgia Biomass, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of RWE Innogy formed in 2010 as RWE’s commitment to biomass as a large part of the sustainable energy future. Located in Waycross, Georgia, with headquarters in Savannah, Georgia, Georgia Biomass has constructed the world’s largest wood pellet plant. Our focus is to deliver the highest quality pellets under the most sustainable criteria.
Using biomass in power plants produces clean energy. For instance, using wood pellets in lieu of coal to produce power would drastically reduce high levels of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions. The same holds true when substituting biomass for other fossil fuels...Read More
Trees, as part of their natural life cycle, absorb CO2 through photosynthesis while they are alive, and release CO2 when they decay or burn – therefore the carbon in wood has always been in the active carbon cycle (biosphere). When the trees are ...Read More
High Quality Pellets
At Georgia Biomass we are committed to ensuring that our products meet the highest quality standards. This includes ensuring that fiber for our pellets are from sources that meet Sustainable Forestry initiative (SFI) standards ...Read More
On May 12, 2011, the world’s largest pellet plant held its inaugural ceremony to officially begin production of the approximately 750,000 tons of pellets per year. The plant, located in Waycross, Georgia has created over 80 jobs locally, over 100 indirect jobs, and ...Read More
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