Features

Pellet Heat for the Pink Building

BY Sue Retka SchillAn Alaskan boiler retrofit illustrates the potential for biomass heating in other federal buildings. READ MORE

Q&A: Many Hats for Hedrick

BY Katie FletcherThe Pellet Fuel Institute’s executive director, Jennifer Hedrick, shares insights on her many roles, as well as the challenges and prospects ahead for the pellet industry. READ MORE

The Path Ahead

BY Sue Retka SchillPFI conference speakers project cautious optimism. READ MORE

Pellet Heat Amore

BY Lennart LjungblomItalian love affair with high-style pellet appliances drives pellet sales. READ MORE

Investing Upstream

BY Tim PortzUK’s Drax Group pushes to bring two production facilities and a pellet terminal online in 2015. READ MORE

Contributions

Microwave Technology Aids Moisture, Density Measurements

BY Paul JadotIndustrial inline and at-line methods measure core and surface moisture of wood pellets. READ MORE

How Pellets Compare to Fossil Fuels in Carbon Intensity and Cost

BY Puneet DwivediWhy doesn't the United States use wood pellets instead of coal and natural gas for electricity generation? READ MORE

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Q4 Pellet Mill Magazine

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All Markets Great and Small

BY Tim Portz

The fourth quarter issue of Pellet Mill Magazine offers news and feature reports on industry efforts expanding on all fronts, domestic and international.

Wood Pellet Quality Schemes

BY Chris Wiberg

Understanding the similarities and primary differences of various pellet quality schemes for certification: DINplus, ENplus, CANplus and the Pellet Fuel Institute Standards Program.

Positive Horizons for US Pellets Around the Globe

BY Seth Ginther

Looking ahead, we see industrial wood pellets playing a large role in mitigating climate change both here at home and around the world. The U.S. stands ready to continue to provide a steady, sustainable supply to meet this growing demand.

Growing the Wood-to-Energy Sector

BY Jennifer Hedrick

A wood-energy checkoff would raise money for promotion, public education, new market exploration and research. All would contribute a small amount, to be administered by an industry-elected board, independent of trade associations.

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