Companies in the timber industry / Daily News / Wood pellets / North America
May 16, 2014

Canadian company reaches 1,5 mil. tons wood pellet capacity

The Canadian company Pinnacle Renewable Energy has begun construction of its seventh pellet plant in British Columbia, as the Biomass Magazine reports. With the new plant, Pinnacle will reach a total wood pellets output of 1,5 million metric tons.    Pinnacle’s pellet plant will be built adjacent tot the Lavington sawmill owned by Tolko Industries Ltd. The investment will reach approximately $39 million and will have an annual capacity of 250,000 metric tons. Most of the production will go to the industrial pellet export market.    Pinnacle Renewable Energy Group produces ...

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