“Our strategy is to fully contract our production capacity, and this contract provides additional length and diversification to our sales book,” said John Keppler, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud that a world-class energy group like EPH selected Enviva to supply more than half of the wood pellets required annually by its Lynemouth facility, further reinforcing our position as a preferred supplier to top-tier biomass projects.”
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