Energy for a Resilient,
Sustainable Environment

ReEnergy creates affordable, reliable, sustainable and environmentally responsible renewable power using biomass and other waste residues.

Who We Are

ReEnergy’s bioenergy facilities transform sustainably sourced woody biomass, other wood wastes and other organic residues into renewable clean energy. Our reliable power generation benefits the environment by reducing the use of fossil fuels and enhancing forest health, while also supporting rural communities.

Our Projects

ReEnergy owns and operates bioenergy projects in the United States and is a partner in strategic alliances to grow its portfolio and invest in new projects that leverage state-of-the-art technology.

ReEnergy Black River

ReEnergy Black River has the capacity to produce approximately 422,000 net megawatt-hours of electricity each year – enough to supply the power needs of about 55,000 homes. Learn More → Learn More →

ReEnergy Livermore Falls

ReEnergy Livermore Falls has the capacity to produce approximately 284,000 net megawatt-hours of electricity each year – enough to supply about 37,000 homes. Learn More → Learn More →

ReEnergy Stratton

ReEnergy Stratton has the capacity to produce approximately 355,000 net megawatt-hours of electricity each year – enough to supply about 46,000 homes. Learn More →
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What We Do

Asset Management

ReEnergy provides comprehensive facility management to optimize operating and financial performance.

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Bioenergy & Its Benefits

Bioenergy is renewable electricity, heat or fuels from organic materials often sourced from rural businesses in the agricultural, timber and food processing sectors.

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Corporate Responsibility

ReEnergy strives, every day, to be the best possible employer and corporate citizen and is committed to its employees, communities and neighbors.

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Latest News

Company News
ReEnergy and Ember Infrastructure to Form Bioenergy Platform Joint Venture

ReEnergy Biomass Operations LLC (“ReEnergy”) and Ember Infrastructure (“Ember”) today announced plans to enter into a joint venture to create an industry-leading bioenergy…

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Black River Hires Army Interns

The Army Career Skills Program affords transitioning service members the opportunity to participate in employment skills training, on-the-job training, pre-apprenticeships…

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Stratton Provides Ash to Farmers

ReEnergy Stratton began a new program in July 2020 to market its wood ash to farmers, providing an affordable and nutritious natural fertilizer substitute to 65 Maine…

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ReEnergy Livermore Falls Donates to Community Organizations

ReEnergy Livermore Falls provided financial donations to several organizations at year-end, and has supported some of the community organizations for more than 10 years….

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ReEnergy Livermore Falls Adds New Fuel Yard

The ReEnergy Livermore Falls facility has added a second fuel yard so it can accept more fuel from suppliers….

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ReEnergy Livermore Falls Celebrates Safety Milestone

The team at ReEnergy Livermore Falls celebrated a safety milestone today – 2,000 days without a recordable injury or lost-time accident….

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ReEnergy Livermore Falls Wins 20-Year Award for Sale of Renewable Electricity

The Maine Public Utilities Commission has awarded a 20-year power purchase agreement to the ReEnergy Livermore Falls facility….

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ReEnergy Black River
Fort Drum Wins Installation Excellence Award; Energy Security Cited

Today Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper announced the 2020 recipients of the Commander in Chief’s Annual Award for Installation Excellence. The U.S. Army Garrison Fort…

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ReEnergy Celebrates Safety Milestone

The team at ReEnergy Black River celebrated a safety milestone today – five years without a recordable injury or lost-time accident….

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