AboutAmerican Renewable Power

American Renewable Power ("ARP") is a California-based company that acquires, owns and operates renewable energy power facilities in the US. ARP will acquire and operate large-scale biomass, wind and solar generation assets to provide a reliable, renewable electricity source to large corporate and institutional customers. Our initial facilities are biomass power generation assets in the western US.

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What is Biomass?

Biomass is material that originates from living plants. Our power plants convert forest-based and diverted biomass material (e.g. urban and agricultural waste material) into fuel to generate 20-35MW of grid-delivered, 24/7, 365 day baseload renewable electricity

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Generatingpower

A biomass-fired power plant produces electricity and heat by burning biomass in a boiler. Wood chips and residues, urban fibers (e.g. wood waste from recycling programs), and other types of biomass are used in the boilers, in the same way as coal, natural gas and oil in more traditional fossil-fuel power plants

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SustainableEnergy

Biomass is a US-EPA stated CO2 reduction technology, improves forest health, greatly reduces forest fire risk and reduces landfill waste.

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Recent News
  • April 05, 2018

    American Renewable Power acquires 20MW Biomass Plant in Loyalton, California

    American Renewable Power (ARP) has today completed its acquisition and refurbishment of the Loyalton…

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  • August 11, 2017

    California Aims to Use 100% Renewable Energy by 2045 - Futurism

    CLEAN ENERGY IN CALIFORNIA

    California is striding closer to a future that includes 100…

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  • November 18, 2016

    New Aerial Survey Identifies More Than 100 Million Dead Trees in California - USDA

    VALLEJO, Calif., Nov. 18, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today…

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  • August 29, 2016

    Like Tens of Millions of Matchsticks, California’s Dead Trees Stand Ready to Burn - The New York Times

    INVERNESS, Calif. — At the height of California’s fierce wildfire season, the Read More