Rural communities are beautiful, vibrant places full of rich traditions and friendly people. Here in East Tennessee, even those who may not live on a farm or in a rural area are likely just a generation or two removed from the direct farm community. Regardless of whether or not you live on a farm [...]
Genera announced today it has secured more than $118 million in new investment for its first manufacturing facility to produce its Earthable® line of sustainable agricultural fiber products.
Dr. Sam Jackson, vice president of business development for Genera Energy, will present “Cellulosic Feedstocks: Mitigating Risk and Cost through a Portfolio Approach” at the 2016 BIO World Congress on April 20.
Genera Energy's Sam Jackson discusses the significance of a recent poplar tree harvest at the University of Tennessee AgResearch Center. The harvest is part of a five-year $15 million multi-disciplinary research and development effort funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The University of Tennessee Center for Renewable Carbon, Genera Energy and additional partners have received $4 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office to explore feedstock supply and logistical issues in the quest for low-cost, high-quality bioenergy.
Kelly Tiller, Genera Energy's President and CEO, has been named one of the “Top 100 People in the Advanced Bioeconomy” for 2016 by Biofuel Digest.
The harvest is part of a five-year $15 million multi-disciplinary research and development effort funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to reduce barriers to the development of the Southeastern bioeconomy.
PrecisionHawk and Genera Energy have partnered to develop new analysis algorithms specific to improving the efficiency and quality of sustainable biomass crop production and distribution. The algorithms will convert raw aerial imagery collected by drones and satellites into an actionable report for biomass crop farmers.
Standing amid more than a dozen types of biomass energy crops towering over a unique energy garden, a local research and education leader, Dr. David E. Millhorn, was honored for his contributions to building a renewable, bio-based economy in Tennessee.