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Green Energy Resources poised to profit as new U.S. energy bill passed
New York, NY -- Green Energy Resources could be a big winner in the US Energy Bill passed by Congress recently. The...
December 18, 2007 By Pulp & Paper Canada
New York, NY — Green Energy Resources could be a big winner in the US Energy Bill passed by Congress recently. The legislation requires 21 billion gallons of ethanol to be developed from woodchips and other non-corn biomass sources by 2022. Green Energy Resources is a renewable alternative energy company whose principal business is the supply of woodchips, wood fibers, wood pellets, briquettes and other alternative fuels for use in power generation plants to reduce green house gas emissions.
As a global supplier of woodchips, the company has nearly 5 million tons in virtual inventory through its UTCS software system. Green Energy Resources continues to develop and expand its inventory database of the advanced software system that includes chain of custody documentation, and third party verifications of sourcing to insure stringent environmental standards. Green Energy Resources has been a pioneer in recovering wood from non-forestry sources including urban waste streams and storm damaged trees for renewable energy. The company is currently working with a major US city to recover woodchips from recycled Christmas trees for export overseas.
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