February 2, 2022
BY Biomass Magazine
By Erin Voegele
September 28, 2023
The U.S. Department of Energy on Sept. 28 announced it is awarding $1.44 million to support a biomass-fueled district heating project under development by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa in Cloquet, Minnesota.
Xcel Energy—Colorado on Sept. 19 announced plans to develop a new 19 megawatt (MW) biomass power plant as part of its Clean Energy Plan, which outlines plans to invest $15 billion across the state to double the supply of renewable energy.
The Surface Transportation Board on Sept. 26 announced that it intends to renew the charter of the Rail Energy Transportation Advisory Committee, which provides guidance on the rail transport of energy resources, including biofuels.
Drax has announced the appointment of Miguel Veiga-Pestana to the new executive committee role of chief sustainability officer, reporting into Drax Group CEO Will Gardiner. Veiga-Pestana is a seasoned leader of strategic sustainability.
The Vermont Climate Council discussed revised recommendations regarding the use of biomass to generate electricity during a Sept. 25 meeting. A formal decision on the revised document is expected at the next council meeting..
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