Mass. college awarded grant for feasibility study

Through a state grant totaling $120,000, the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts has commissioned a feasibility study to determine the benefits of biomass cogeneration on campus.
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Council votes down proposed Thetford, UK, biomass plant

A proposed 40 MW biomass power plant in Thetford, Norfolk, England, has been struck down by the Norfolk County Council after opposition groups in the community cited concerns over the land required to build and operate the facility.
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Vermont releases long-term energy plan

Vermont has officially released its Comprehensive Energy Plan, not only setting a high standard for state renewable energy strategies, but also for taking into account comments and opinions from the public.
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Rentech halts development on Fla. biomass power plant

Biomass power in Port St. Joe, Fla., will have to wait, since Rentech Inc. announced its plans to halt development of the proposed 55 MW facility the company purchased for $225 million in early 2011.
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District Court judge vacates stay of MACT rules

U.S. District Court of D.C. Judge Paul Friedman vacated the stay on the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) rules Jan. 10, declaring the stay unlawful.
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Proposed Ore. biomass plant reaches milestone

A 42 MW biomass power plant proposed for south central Oregon has been recommended for approval by the Oregon Department of Energy.
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Financing speeds up Conn. biomass plant development

A Plainfield, Conn., biomass power facility that has been under development for more than four years has received $225 million in financing.
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Delayed RPS rules stall biomass energy in Mass.

An extended delay of the filing of Massachusetts' final renewable portfolio standard (RPS) regulations has created a lull in statewide biomass energy development.
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NSP moves forward with 60 MW CHP plant

Nova Scotia Power has continued to move forward with a $200 million biomass cogeneration project at a paper mill in Cape Brenton, Nova Scotia, Canada, despite the mill's September closure over financial difficulties.
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Verso Paper completes Mich. biomass CHP project

Verso Paper Corp. has finished a $45 million energy system upgrade at its Quinnesec, Mich., pulp and paper mill.
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