Alabama Wood Pellet Mill Seeks Millions in Climate Funds, but Critics Say It Won’t Cut CO2

Enviro & Legislation

This story is republished with the permission of, the largest news provider in Alabama and winner of two Pulitzer Prizes in 2023. The world’s largest wood pellet producer has applied for a major clean energy tax credit for building a new plant in Epes, Ala., but critics say burning wood pellets for energy won’t reduce…

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