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  • DIY Network recently broadcasted "Confluence Energy turns blighted trees into clean-burning wood pellets." 


  • Gov. Ritter Tours Kremmling Wood Pellet Plant, April 7, 2009     
    Pellet industry to fuel New Energy Economy and forest health efforts

    KREMMLING -- Gov. Bill Ritter today toured the Confluence Energy facility here, where logs and wood debris are converted to pellets for heating fuel. Confluence Energy, along with Rocky Mountain Pellet Co. in Walden, will produce more than 200,000 tons of wood pellets per year, providing enough heat for more than 60,000 homes and businesses.   read more

  • Colorado's First Pellet Plant Begins Shipping Beetle Kill Wood Pellets
    KREMMLING, Colorado: On June 1st, trucks began to roll out of Confluence Energy's new state of the art wood pellet plant, the biggest pellet plant in the U.S. west of the Mississippi. Confluence Energy's celebrated its inaugural shipment of wood pellets made from Colorado’s beetle kill trees.                                read more

  • Confluence Energy Presses Colorado's First Wood Pellet
    We are pleased to announce that our Kremmling, Colorado wood pellet plant is operational as of Wednesday, April 23, 2008.  Confluence Energy is now creating Colorado’s first ever woof pellet fuel. Confluence Energy is the largest manufacturer of wood pellet fuel in the Rocky Mountain Region.                   read more

  • Pay Back on Wood Pellet Applications is 1 to 3 Years
    Kremmling, Colorado, April 21st, 2008: With rising natural gas prices nearing $12 per dekatherm, the ROI is implementing wood pellet appliances is now between 1 and 3 years. It makes the conversion to this renewable biomass form of energy more economical.       read more.

  • Opening of Rockies Express Pipeline Signals Higher Natural Gas Prices in Colorado
    KREMMLING, COLORADO Confluence Energy: a Kremmling-based company using beetle kill wood to produce pellets for home and commercial heating, suggests pellets will soon become more economical to heat homes in Colorado than even natural gas."This new competitiveness is due," states Phelps Lane, a Director of Confluence Energy.                                  read more