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Our Facilities
ReEnergy is an integrated waste fuel/biomass renewable energy company.
Our facilities are green energy plants that create sustainable electricity from that waste residue every day.

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ReEnergy Black River

ReEnergy Black River is located at Fort Drum, the U.S. Army base near Watertown, NY, which is home to the Army’s 10th Mountain Division. ReEnergy converted the primary fuel for the 60 MW facility to sustainably harvested local biomass. Visit the Black River page

 
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ERRCO Recycling

A wholly owned subsidiary of ReEnergy Holdings, Gateway owns and operates two large construction and demolition waste and waste-wood processing facilities in New Hampshire that service eastern New England and metropolitan Boston. The Environmental Resource Return Corp. (ERRCO), one of those facilities, is located in Epping, NH. Visit the ERRCO page

 
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LL&S Facility

A wholly owned subsidiary of ReEnergy Holdings, Gateway owns and operates two large construction and demolition waste and waste-wood processing facilities in New Hampshire that service eastern New England and metropolitan Boston. LL&S, one of those facilities, is located in Salem. Visit the LL&S page

 
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ReEnergy Lyonsdale

ReEnergy Lyonsdale, located on a 46-acre site near Lyons Falls in Lewis County, N.Y., on the border of the Adirondack Park, is a green energy facility that uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce approximately 162,000 net MWh of electricity each year — enough to supply sustainable electricity to about 21,000 homes. Visit the Lyonsdale page

 
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ReEnergy Sterling

The Sterling Energy Facility, located in the Sterling Industrial Park in Sterling, CT, uses discarded tires to produce an average of 205,000 net MWh of electricity per year, enough to supply about 27,000 homes. The power it produces conserves approximately 480,000 barrels of oil a year. Visit the Sterling page

 
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ReEnergy Chateaugay

ReEnergy Chateaugay, located near Malone in Franklin County, N.Y., uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce approximately 154,000 net MWh of green, renewable electricity each year — enough to supply about 20,000 homes. Visit the ReEnergy Chateaugay page

 
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ReEnergy Ashland

ReEnergy Ashland, located approximately 25 miles west of Presque Isle in Aroostook County, ME, uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce approximately 284,000 net MWh of green, renewable electricity each year. Visit the ReEnergy Ashland page

 
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ReEnergy Fort Fairfield

ReEnergy Fort Fairfield, located approximately 11 miles east of Presque Isle in Aroostook County, ME, uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce about 260,000 net MWh of green, renewable electricity each year Visit the ReEnergy Fort Fairfield page

 
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ReEnergy Livermore Falls

ReEnergy Livermore Falls, located about 30 miles north of Lewiston in Androscoggin County, ME, uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce about 284,000 net MWh of green, renewable electricity each year Visit the ReEnergy Livermore Falls page

 
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ReEnergy Stratton

ReEnergy Stratton, located about 100 miles north of Lewiston in Franklin County, ME, uses biomass as its primary fuel to produce about 355,000 net MWh of green, renewable electricity each year Visit the ReEnergy Stratton page

 
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ReEnergy Corporate Office

ReEnergy's Corporate Office is located at 30 Century Hill Drive, Suite 101, Latham, NY Contact Us

   
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Coastal Carolina Clean Power

Coastal Carolina Clean Power, LLC (CCCP) is a 30-megawatt biomass-to-energy facility in Kenansville, NC, that is managed by ReEnergy Holdings. Originally a coal-fired cogeneration plant, the facility was retrofitted to use biomass as its primary fuel. Visit the Coastal Carolina Clean Power page

 
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ReEnergy Lewiston

ReEnergy owns and operates ReEnergy Lewiston LLC, which is a construction and demolition material processing facility in Lewiston, ME, that serves Maine and New Hampshire . ReEnergy Lewiston accepts and recycles nearly all solid materials from construction and demolition activities. Visit the ReEnergy Lewiston page