Alabama’s forestry industry is a major economic asset for the state and fast coming to the forefront is the export of wood energy products, such as wood pellets, which are derived from low-grade wood fiber byproducts like sawdust or other mill residue as well as the thinning of fast-growing trees within managed forests.  These pellets generate carbon-neutral energy and are an important part of the energy mix with fossil fuel and at the same time serve as a reliable alternative.

Click here to read the blog written by Lance Brown, Executive Director of PACE (Partnership for Affordable Clean Energy), which talks about the “clean and renewable source of energy being produced right here in Alabama.”