Company Offers Wood for Cellulosic Ethanol

Cindy Zimmerman

Green Energy ResourcesA New York-based lumber company is offering supply contracts to any American company anywhere in the United States requiring woodchips for cellulosic ethanol production.

Green Energy Resources says it is “ready to meet the demand and supply of the US Government-mandated 15 billion gallons of wood cellulostic ethanol authorized under the US Energy Bill passed in 2007.”

The company uses a software-based national inventory system that “can deliver cost effectively from anywhere in the United States and can work with producers on carbon credits and other trading mechanisms to utilize maximum profitability,” according to a press release.

Green Energy Resources says they obtain woodchips from urban/suburban wood waste streams, including landfills, tree services, excavators, storm damage and tree farms.

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