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Leter: Biomass bill is not what North Country needs – Concord Monitor

Leter: Biomass bill is not what North Country needsConcord MonitorThe closing of northern New Hampshire’s paper mills eliminated hundreds upon hundreds of jobs and destroyed lives. What the North Country needs is not a stop-gap solution like subsidizing biomass incinerators, but a solid, visionary plan to attract and …

CBI hosts community dialogue on biomass bills – Recycling Product News (press release) (blog)

Recycling Product News (press release) (blog)CBI hosts community dialogue on biomass billsRecycling Product News (press release) (blog)In support of New Hampshire’s biomass industry, CBI partnered with the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association to host a community dialogue on overriding the vetoes of Senate Bills 365 and 446 on September 7th. According to CBI, the bills, which …

Arnie Arnesen: There’s a big garbage problem within the biomass bill – Concord Monitor

Concord MonitorArnie Arnesen: There’s a big garbage problem within the biomass billConcord MonitorChris Sununu vetoed Senate Bill 365, the biomass energy/subsidy bill that would protect hundreds or perhaps thousands of jobs in the forest-products industry, in a state that is 80 percent forested (according to Paul Doscher, owner of a small woodlot …and more »

The Debate Over NH’s Biomass Industry – New Hampshire Public Radio

New Hampshire Public RadioThe Debate Over NH’s Biomass IndustryNew Hampshire Public RadioWe unravel the complicated debate over N.H.’s biomass industry. This spring, the governor vetoed two energy-related bills designed to subsidize the biomass industry and expand the state’s net metering program. The governor says the bills would inflate …

EPA asked to process RIN applications for biomass, biogas power – Biomass Magazine

Biomass MagazineEPA asked to process RIN applications for biomass, biogas powerBiomass MagazineIn 2007, Congress approved the participation in the RFS of electricity produced using renewable feedstocks as fuel, including certain types of biomass, biogas and the biogenic portion of municipal solid waste. Despite this approval and EPA’s approval …

Logging industry mobilized to cut down Sununu’s biomass veto – Concord Monitor

Concord MonitorLogging industry mobilized to cut down Sununu’s biomass vetoConcord MonitorRallying Thursday, supporters of New Hampshire’s biomass industry made one message clear: the crunch is on. Plant operators, loggers, mayors and politicians have railed against Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of a subsidy for biomass plants since it was …Large crowd rallies in support of SB 365 biomass billConway Daily Sunall 9 news articles »

Forestry industry to hold biomass rally today – Conway Daily Sun

Conway Daily SunForestry industry to hold biomass rally todayConway Daily Sun“The future of the biomass industry is at stake, as well as nearly a thousand good- paying jobs throughout the state,” explains Jasen Stock, of the NH Timberland Owners Association, one of the sponsors of the rally. “Lawmakers must understand these …Poised for veto overrides … or not | Local News | laconiadailysun.comThe Laconia Daily SunRep. Herb Richardson and Sen. Dan Feltes: Let’s focus on local …Concord Monitorall 5 news articles »

Biomass Utilization: Options to Realize Maximum Value – Biomass Magazine

Biomass MagazineBiomass Utilization: Options to Realize Maximum ValueBiomass MagazineThis month’s Biomass Magazine theme is centered on feedstock—sizing, handling and sourcing. I wanted to highlight another relevant topic that I think goes well with the feedstock theme: maximizing the utilization of the fuels used at biomass power …

Government overhaul of biomass auction rules sparks controversy – www.businessgreen.com

www.businessgreen.comGovernment overhaul of biomass auction rules sparks controversywww.businessgreen.comNew rules to limit the cash available for biomass projects in upcoming government clean energy auctions have been slammed by the industry, which warns curbing biomass growth will “make it harder and more expensive” to ease coal power off the UK grid.Government “Further Undermines Biomass Power” – REACIWM Journal Onlineall 2 news articles »