Today, RWE inaugurated its pellet plant in the city of Waycross in Georgia after 14 months construction time. The Honorable Lieutenant Governor of Georgia Casey Cagle together with Waycross Mayor Clarence Billups and Ware County Commission Chairman James Brown attended the formal ribbon cutting event in Waycross.
DESPITE AN ECONOMY THAT JUST CAN’T SEEM TO FIND SOLID FOOTING, Georgia continues to do surprisingly well in attracting new industry, and many existing companies continue to expand. For the state’s 2010 fiscal year, the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) reported companies invested $3.75 billion in communities around the state, a 46.7
Germany-based RWE Innogy and Sweden-based BMC joined forces in 2010 to develop a new bioenergy production plant in Waycross, Ga. The wood pellet production facility, operating as Georgia Biomass LLC, represents a $150 million investment that is initially creating up to 90 new jobs for the area.
RWE, the largest electricity producer in Germany, recently committed $150 million to build a biomass plant in Waycross, GA through its subsidiary RWE Innogy in conjunction with its subsidiary Georgia Biomass, LLC.
The groundbreaking ceremony for a new biomass plant in southeast Georgia is shining a light on what state officials hope will be more to come.
Together with the Governor of the State of Georgia, Sonny Perdue, RWE Innogy today held the groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of the construction phase of a large wood pellet plant in Waycross in the southern region of the US state of Georgia. Once complete, the plant is due to produce 750,000 tonnes of wood pellets each year. The pellets are intended for
A groundbreaking ceremony was held this week at the site of Georgia BioMass’ 825,000 tons/year wood pellet plant in Waycross, GA. The facility will add a market for 1.65 million green tons/year of wood.
Jan. 20 (Bloomberg) — RWE AG, Germany’s second-largest utility, will build the world’s biggest plant for wood pellets in the U.S. state of Georgia, allowing it to lower carbon- dioxide emissions at a Dutch power plant.
RWE Innogy has marked the start of the construction phase of a 750,000 tonne per annum wood pellet plant, in Waycross in the southern region of the US state of Georgia.
Once complete, the output from the plant is due to supply RWE power plants in Europe, for use both in dedicated biomass facilities and co-fired with coal.