ARKANSAS, January 6 (Future Headlines)- In a significant move towards promoting renewable energy and ensuring operational excellence, NOVEC Energy Production Halifax County Biomass, a subsidiary of South Boston Energy company, has extended its partnership with PIC Group. The renewal of the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) agreement for the Halifax County 49.9-megawatt (MW) biomass power station underscores the commitment to providing clean energy and maintaining operational efficiency. This analysis delves into the details of the renewed agreement, shedding light on the biomass power station’s capacity, feedstock, and the ongoing successful collaboration between NOVEC and PIC Group.

Halifax County 49.9-MW biomass power station, situated in Virginia. Operated by NOVEC Energy Production, a subsidiary of South Boston Energy company. Utilizes wood waste as a feedstock, aligning with sustainable practices. Provides renewable energy to power the equivalent of 16,000 households.

The extension of the O&M agreement with PIC Group ensures the continued seamless operation of the biomass power station. PIC Group will assume full responsibility for day-to-day operation and maintenance services. PIC Group has been responsible for managing the operations and maintenance of the 49.9 MW biomass power station for the past 5.5 years. The successful track record and effective collaboration led to the renewal of the contract for an additional 3 years. Acknowledgment of PIC Group’s proficiency in ensuring high-level performance.

PIC Group’s responsibilities extend to the day-to-day functioning of the biomass power station. Comprehensive maintenance services to guarantee optimal performance. Ensuring that the power station operates efficiently to meet renewable energy generation goals. The biomass power station’s utilization of wood waste as a feedstock contributes to sustainable waste management. Aligns with eco-friendly practices by repurposing wood waste for energy generation. Demonstrates the potential of biomass as a renewable energy source.

The 49.9-MW capacity of the biomass power station translates into providing renewable energy for approximately 16,000 households. Highlights the impactful role of biomass in meeting the energy needs of local communities and addresses environmental concerns by reducing dependence on non-renewable energy sources. NOVEC Energy Production Halifax County Biomass emphasizes PIC Group’s commendable job in managing operations. The renewal of the service agreement for an additional 3 years signifies the strength of their collaboration. Reflects the confidence of NOVEC in PIC Group’s ability to ensure continuous operational excellence.

Frank Avery, President and CEO at PIC Group, affirms their commitment to the high-level performance of each power plant they manage. The renewal with NOVEC Energy Production Halifax County Biomass stands as evidence of PIC Group’s ongoing success. Highlights the dedication to sustaining excellence in the renewable energy sector.

Reporting by Kevin Wood; Editing by Sarah White