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Envirepel reopens biomass plant

In California Envirepel Energy plans to reopen the company’s first renewable energy facility after it temporarily closed in June last year to deal with a shareholder proxy effort.

The company hopes the facility, which generates 2.5MW of power from biomass resources, will be operational again by the middle of April 2010.

The plant, which was built in the centre of a commercial business park, emits almost no harmful gases. Arand believes that the Kittyhawk project should encourage other eco-friendly facilities to be developed and financed.