Los Angeles planning new waste-to-energy plant

Although it's still early in the planning process, Los Angeles has made a significant step forward in the development of a new waste-to-energy facility.
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We Energies, Domtar biomass plant will be built

We Energies' 50-megawatt, woody biomass-fired cogeneration plant proposed in Rothschild, Wis., will be built after all, as project partner Domtar Corp. has agreed to the revised financial conditions as required by the Public Service Commission.
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Minnesota CHP plant benefits from air cannon ash cleaning system

Koda Energy in Shakopee, Minn., says it has eliminated labor-intensive air lancing in the biomass boiler ash cleaning process, opting to install a series of air cannons developed by Martin Engineering.
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Toronto Zoo to host biogas plant

The Toronto Zoo will soon become the first zoo in North America to host a biogas plant. ZooShare Biogas, a nonprofit, renewable energy cooperative, will fully fund, design, develop, construct and operate a 500-kilowatt scalable biogas plant.
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Legislation calls for more time devoted to MACT rules

In a bipartisan act introduced in the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee June 22, eight legislators called for additional time for the U.S. EPA to fix the Maximum Achievable Control Technology Rules, which have been temporarily suspended.
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Forest Service awards $3 million for renewable energy projects

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the award of nearly $3 million in grants to 17 small businesses and community groups to develop wood-to-energy projects that require engineering services and will help expand regional economies and create new jobs.
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Enbasys to provide biogas plant for German company

A well-known company in the European waste disposal industry will embark on a project in Germany, supplying the equipment to convert raw industrial waste material into about 3 megawatts of electricity for 6,000 households in the town of Marl.
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Symposium will address residential wood and pellet heat

The Alliance for Green Heat is holding a free public symposium in Washington D.C. July 13 at the U.S. Forest Service's Yates Training Room to address residential wood and pellet heating.
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PFI conference to include standards education component

This year's Pellet Fuels Institute Annual Conference will revisit the Sawgrass Marriott in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., and will include for the first time an educational session dedicated to the organization's new wood pellet standards.
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BTEC webinar to focus on project finance models

BTEC will host a free educational webinar at 2 p.m. ET on June 29 to provide developers with some insight into how to make biomass projects financeable and increase their success.
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Calif. ethanol plant surprised by opposition to AD project

A decision on a special use permit to build an anaerobic digester at an ethanol plant near Pixley, Calif., was tabled at a Tulare County Planning Commission meeting after area residents and California Dairies Inc. aired their concerns.
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