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Enviva considers building pellet facility in Virginia
The city of Danville, Virginia, recently announced the approval of a purchase agreement with Enviva Development

Holdings LLC for a 168-acre tract of land in the Berry Hill Industrial Park in Pittsylvania County. The

Danville-Pittsylvania Regional Industrial Facility Authority approved the purchase agreement during its June 12

meeting. According to information released by the city, the value of the agreement is more than $100 million.

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“As power producers increasingly turn to sustainable, renewable processed biomass fuel to reduce their carbon

footprint,Enviva Development Holdings LLC will continue to look to great communities like the Danville / Pittsylvania

County, Virginia area to become a part of the long-term critical supply chain infrastructure to fill those fuel supply

needs,” said K.C. Tripp,vice president of communications and public affairs at Enviva Development Holdings LLC.

“The action taken by the RIFAboard today is an important milestone that enables us to begin our due diligence

process on the site and the opportunity.”
                                          Wood pellet machine
Enviva Development Holdings is an affiliate of Enviva, a wood pellet producer that currently owns and operates six

pellet plants with a combined capacity of nearly 3 million metric tons per year. Enviva Development Holdings

develops and builds wood pellet production plants and export terminals. According to information published to

the Enviva website, the company has a pipeline of projects under development to support incremental projected

demand for wood pellets. 

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Source:Biomass Magazine

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