We see a greener, cleaner planet with abundant energy that is produced by ReEnergy, and companies like us, using waste residue and biomass as fuel.
Green Energy Facilities
Today and every day, our facilities produce energy from biomass fuel and other waste sources. ReEnergy also provides steady, well-paying jobs and other economic benefits for our host communities.
Waste Residues into Energy
Where others see forest residue or waste products, we see clean, abundant fuel – and are using it to make clean, reliable, stable and renewable energy.
Recent Industry News
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USDA Signs MOU with Biomass Power Association and Three Similar Groups, Pledges to Promote Bioenergy
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ReEnergy Black River Facility at Fort Drum Goes Online & Celebrates Sustainable Forestry Certification
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ReEnergy Empowers People To Live In A Cleaner World
We’re proving every day that renewable energy production is a solid business with positive benefits on local economies and ecologies. ReEnergy facilities produce clean, renewable energy from biomass as well as recover biomass fuel and other products for reuse from waste.
We believe that sustainable, renewable energy production is the key to separating the United States from its addiction to fossil fuels. We are making that happen right now, right here in the United States.
ReEnergy’s entire team understands that investigating and developing renewable sources of electricity for our world, while respecting the environment, is a critical, long-term need. [...] Read More