A new woody biomass power plant, developed to the tune of $275 million, is scheduled to begin generating electricity by the middle of next month.
$275 million Berlin, NH, biomass power plant to create hundreds of jobs, inject $25 million annually into North Country economy.
A three-year-old database of industrial and selected community-scale users of wood-to-energy facilities across North America has been updated and expanded, reports the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities.
U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities has made major improvements to its one-of-a-kind database of industrial and selected community-scale users of wood-to-energy facilities across North America.
Burning of woody biomass, whether in boilers, kilns or from forest fires, is more damaging to the atmosphere than originally thought.
Today, the University of British Columbia officially opened a pioneering $34-million clean energy facility, making it Canada’s first university – and one of a few institutions worldwide – to produce both clean heat and electricity for its campus from renewable bioenergy.