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.
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.
Kelly Tiller, President and CEO of Genera Energy, will be a featured speaker during the 2015 Life Science Tennessee Annual Conference September 28-30 in Nashville.
Genera Energy Inc., a recognized leader in biomass feedstock innovation and supply chain advancements, has been nominated for the 2015 Biofuels Digest 40 Hottest Small Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy list. An honor previously bestowed to Genera in 2014, the rankings are to be determined by weighted votes from an invited panel of selectors, and [...]
As renewable energy and renewable product demands grow, creative locations for biomass conversion facilities are evolving to allow for unique comparative advantage opportunities such as co-location synergies with pre-existing facilities and access into particular demand markets or by-product offtake markets. Moreover, dedicated energy crops can be very geographically concentrated and sometimes these unique facility opportunities [...]
This series of posts focuses on four of the primary areas of risk in any biomass supply chain based on dedicated energy crops and the things that Genera is doing to reduce or remove these risks. Our first three posts focused on land recruitment, risks associated with successfully establishing the energy crops, and risk from [...]