Lisa Gibson

Lisa Gibson was an Associate Editor for Biomass Magazine. She composes articles for the website and print publication and assists in the editing process. She works with the Biomass Magazine team to develop story ideas and determine content, and assists with planning BBI International’s biomass-related events. Lisa has been with the magazine since April 2009, after working as a daily newspaper reporter at the Grand Forks Herald in Grand Forks, N.D., for more than three years. Lisa has a bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of North Dakota. 

Latest Posts by Lisa Gibson

June 12, 2018

Skor to FEW: Battles ahead are tough, but we can win

Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor delivered the keynote address at the 2018 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo in Omaha, telling attendees that no other industry can hold a candle to the pace of growth of the ethanol industry. READ MORE

September 11, 2017

Business Briefs

June 08, 2012

Overlooking the Obvious

A recent study analyzing possible causes of depression in poor women in New Delhi completely overlooks one looming factor. READ MORE

June 01, 2012

A Future for Biogas in Mass.

Massachusetts' governor expressed interest this week in developing a biogas sector, beginning with food and yard waste applications. READ MORE

May 25, 2012

A Week Full of Interesting News

This week brought a number of innovative and interesting news stories worthy of mention. READ MORE

May 22, 2012

A Blow to Biomass

Massachusetts’ final RPS regulations could quash biomass energy in the state READ MORE

May 18, 2012

Proposed AD, Gasification Projects in Md. Synchronize

Two proposed farm waste projects in Maryland could link together, one providing fuel and the other providing power. READ MORE

May 11, 2012

Drax Addresses Biomass Supply Sustainability Risks

An official from Drax Power recently made the statement that the company’s biggest unquantified risk is ensuring the sustainability of its biomass fuel. READ MORE

May 10, 2012

Mass. to host first US net zero transit center

Boston, Mass., is on the path to having the nation's first net zero transit center, using a combination of solar, geothermal and biomass energy. READ MORE