Wed., January 20, 2010 4:24pm (EST)

Renewable Energy Jobs Coming to SE Georgia
By Rickey Bevington
Updated: 5 years ago

ATLANTA  —  
BioMass Georgia, LLC will invest $150 million dollars in a wood pellets plant in Ware County. (photo courtesy wikimedia commons)
BioMass Georgia, LLC will invest $150 million dollars in a wood pellets plant in Ware County. (photo courtesy wikimedia commons)
75 jobs are coming to Waycross with a move there by German and Swedish utility companies.

RWE Innogy and BMC plan to create the world’s largest renewable energy capacity of wood pellets at the plant.

The join venture will operate as Georgia BioMass, LLC.

It will help meet Europe’s growing demand for renewable energy.

It’s a $150 million dollar investment in Ware County.