ReEnergy working with Local government to find redevelopment options for former wood energy plant in Maine [From the web]

FORT FAIRFIELD, ME, April 19, 2019 (Mainebiz) -ReEnergy Biomass Operations is working with the town of Fort Fairfield and Aroostook Partnership to pursue redevelopment opportunities for the now-unused ReEnergy Fort Fairfield parcel on Cheney Grove Road. 

The 37-megawatt ReEnergy Fort Fairfield biomass power facility terminated operations in November 2018 due to challenging market conditions, according to an April 17 news release emailed to Mainebiz. It had used sustainably harvested biomass, composed of forest and mill residues, to annually produce approximately 260,000 net megawatt hours of renewable energy. That’s enough electricity to supply about 34,000 homes.  

“We have been in continuous contact with local officials to ...

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