Stump to Pump garners NZD$13.5 million in investment

July 29, 2013 |

In New Zealand, the “Stump to Pump” program is being awarded NZD$6.75 million in government co-funding as a 14-month long research program to create a new market pathway that links low-value forestry and wood processing residuals to renewable fuel markets. The program will be administered by the Crown Research Institute Scion, who have extensive experience in forestry resource assessment, pre-treatment of wood, and biofuels production. Norske Skog and Z Energy will match the government funding for the project, bringing the total funding to NZD$13.5 million.

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