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Monday, November 28, 2016

Hemp Biomass Pellets Save Trees




Hemp Supplies Clean Burning Biomass Energy


Hemp also grows faster than trees and makes superb clean energy biomass energy pellets.
MOhemp Kenya Investor infographic biomass income projection
MOhemp will sell clean energy hemp biomass
and is seeking Clean Energy Investors and can meet the EU prices 




Here is an image of the estimated projected $$$ for the Wood Pellet Market.  Orange Arrows and Notation by scotty
Here is an image of the estimated projected $$$ for the Wood Pellet Market.  Orange Arrows and Notation by scotty
Wood Pellet Image Source: http://biomassmagazine.com/articles/13796/futuremetrics-offers-wood-pellet-demand-spot-pricing-estimates

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, Sweden as one of the largest wood pellet consumers imported around 300 thousand tons of Russian wood pellets last year, wherein the total imports of the country amounted to 550 thousand tons. As of April, 2014 the country purchased 30% of the total last year’s volume. Meanwhile, Sweden has been increasing its wood pellet production capacity, as it intends to completely switch to biofuels by 2020. In Sweden today the share of renewable energy is already more than 50%. http://pellets-wood.com/sweden-imported-around-300-thousand-tons-of-russia-o12492.html

Scotty Scott's Contracting said...

Anonymous Thank you for supplying the information and weblink to that greate website on Pellets, Biomass Resources in Ukraine. I found so many interesting tidbits on the website I wish I knew who you were so I could thank you personally. My Best to you and yours Scotty-scottscontracting(at)gmail.com

steve said...

Hello there. Frankly, what I’m going to say may sound commercial. A very real way of saving trees is to support the Reclaimed Wood Market when and where possible. For example, my friend Bob White has millions of board feet of Reclaimed Crane Mats. These are big timbers bolted together for heavy equipment to drive over. They are all hardwoods with several species of Oak.

Bob has been disassembling them, cleaning them up, and milling them for about 2 1/2 years now. When I asked Bob how many trees it took to make all these Crane Mats, he replied about 800,000 trees. By milling them, does Bob save that many trees? That can only be left to the imagination. But, also imagine–if we were a society whose first collective impulse was to save trees, these kinds of markets would be further developed. For example, I could be wrong, but, I don’t know of anyone else but Bob who mills these timbers. They are used for paneling for ceilings and walls, decorative timbers and fireplace mantels, stair treads, lamps, tables, and table and counter tops–and they are rustically phenomenal. I did not write this generically. I’m just a real guy doing what I can.

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