October 28, 2014

Glastonbury firm completes Texas biomass plant

Photo | Pablo Robles
Photo | Pablo Robles
Bill Griffin, CEO of Gemma Power, at his company's headquarters in Glastonbury.

Glastonbury construction firm Gemma Power Systems has completed the 49.9 megawatt construction of a biomass plant in Woodville, Texas, three months ahead of schedule.

The plant to be run by the East Texas Electric Cooperative will operate on chipped forest waste. Construction of the facility began in 2012.

Financial terms were not disclosed. Gemma served as construction manager.

Gemma's subsidiary Gemma Plant Operations will run the plant for the electric cooperative under a separate contract.

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