EPA responds to court decision ending stay on MACT rules

The U.S. EPA said it's not aware of any sources that would be adversely impacted by the recent court ruling that vacated the stay on the Maximum Achievable Control Technology rules.
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Manitoba biomass program now offers cash incentives

The Manitoba, Canada, Biomass Energy Support Program (MBESP) has officially been implemented, providing coal users in Manitoba grants up to $400,000 to finance the switch from coal to biomass energy.
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OSU researcher highlights public, private biomass work in Ore.

Public and private enterprises in Oregon are working diligently to develop and expand a local biobased economy, according to speakers at the Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show.
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Exploring biomass electricity in the West

Viability of electricity generation from biomass in the Pacific West was the topic of a breakout panel discussion at the Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show in San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 16-18.
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Pinyon-juniper bioenergy potential explored at conference

Thinning of pinyon-juniper woodlands would create healthier stands, as well as provide biomass feedstock for energy production, according to Mike Baughman, executive director of the Lincoln County, Nev., Regional Development Authority.
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Conference panel discusses crucial feedstock factors

Key factors to fuel handling design and implementation include raw material supply and power purchase agreements, according to Desmond Smith, vice president of Bruks Rockwood Inc. and speaker at the Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show.
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Conference general session addresses project financing

Attendees at the 2012 Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show in San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 16-18 had the opportunity to learn about current trends in financing mechanisms during the event's opening general session.
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Conference keynote: landfills will become a thing of the past

Perhaps one of the biggest mistakes made by the biomass industry is not following the lead of the natural gas industry to come up with an industry title that sounds more environmentally friendly, according to Sierra Energy CEO Mike Hart.
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Pacific West biomass conference begins with AD tours

The third annual Pacific West Biomass Conference & Trade Show kicked off with a day-long tour, including one of the country's most innovative wastewater treatment plants, as well as an on-farm dairy digester power system.
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Vt. district heat project moves forward

A $20 million biomass district heating project proposed for Montpelier, Vt., has received recommendation from city and state officials on three necessary contracts.
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