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Genera Energy featured in UTIA Video Report on Renewable Carbon Tree Harvest

Genera Energy's Sam Jackson discusses the significance of a recent poplar tree harvest at the University of Tennessee AgResearch Center. The harvest is part of a five-year $15 million multi-disciplinary research and development effort funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Genera Nominated for Biofuels Hot 40 List

Genera Energy Inc., a recognized leader in biomass feedstock innovation and supply chain advancements, has been nominated for the 2015 Biofuels Digest 40 Hottest Small Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy list. An honor previously bestowed to Genera in 2014, the rankings are to be determined by weighted votes from an invited panel of selectors, and [...]

General, News|

Genera Energy Named in Top 10 of Biofuels Digest Feedstock Supply Rankings

Biomass feedstock industry leader makes Biofuels Digest’s 2015 list of the hottest feedstock development and supply companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy Genera Energy, Inc., a leading biomass supply company, has been ranked the eighth “hottest company” worldwide in Feedstock Development and Supply by Biofuels Digest. The rankings, which recognize innovation and achievement in feedstock development, [...]

News|

Mitigating Supply Chain Risk – Part 1

Genera Energy is focused on developing sustainable and economical energy crop supply chain systems. Our company sought to innovate the entire biomass supply chain, from agronomic management to improved logistical tools. This core focus is a recognition of the need to reduce supply chain risk, making biomass projects more easily financed and successful. [...]

Risk Management|

Understanding Screen Wear in Grinding Equipment

Growing biomass crops in the field is only the first step in the process of producing high quality uniform feedstocks that are then supplied to a consumer. Genera Energy’s supply chain activities minimize costs and risks associated with crop production. However, have you ever thought about the process that must occur to convert fairly diverse [...]

Biomass Handling/Processing|

Understanding Storage

Several of our previous blogs have touched on some of the high points of biomass handling and feedstock storage. We have discussed the importance of managing feedstock moisture and keyed into some of the pros and cons of round bales, square bales, and forage harvested material. But having a high level knowledge of biomass inventory [...]

Inventory Management|

The Growing Case For Biofuels (Part 5 of 5)

So far, we’ve explored a number of benefits and advantages offered by cellulosic biofuels: renewable, sustainable, economically competitive, diverse product platform, fungible and compatible, on demand and storable, energy efficient, clean burning, and localized.  Today, we conclude our series describing why advanced biofuels are even more deserving of respect and enthusiasm today than they were [...]

The Growing Case for Biofuels|

Incentivizing Contractor Performance

 “You never stop learning.”   That motivational quote is typically found in a graduation speech, but there is certainly a good bit of truth in that inspiring platitude. I firmly believe that staying current in any profession requires constant education so I have been attending several of the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Management courses [...]

Inventory Management|