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Fairfield Renewable Energy Power Plant and Resource Recovery Project, Curtis Bay, MD

by Andrew Brummer, Colgate University, 2016

Energy Answers International, a private energy company based in Albany, New York, is currently building the nation’s largest waste-to-energy incinerator in Curtis Bay, Maryland.  1,551 more words

Power Plants

PM2.5 Non-Attainment Area: Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK

In interior Alaska, residents and officials of the Fairbanks North Star Borough (the FNSB) are dealing with a contentious topic – how to have access to affordable energy while still maintaining good public health.  1,544 more words

Renewables

Sugarcane Ethanol in Piracicaba, Brazil

Piracicaba is a city, county and river in the state of Sao Paolo in Southeastern Brazil. Sugarcane plantations occupy 80% of the land area[1] 1,875 more words

Renewables

Growing Sustainably with Bioenergy

IRENA, FAO and IEA agree bioenergy can help meet sustainable development goals

Bioenergy is the most widely used renewable energy source worldwide, and IRENA estimates it could account for half of the renewable energy needed in 2030 to meet climate targets. 343 more words

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[NEWS] Maine Lawmakers Put Biomass On Hold

– by Mike Clifford, June 12, 2017, Public News Service

Faced with key decisions on the best way to proceed on energy sources for Maine, state legislators have put off a bill to promote biomass, and moved forward on a measure to support solar power. 134 more words

Bioenergy

[NEWS] New Leadership for Troubled Good Earth Power AZ

– by Emery Cowan, May 27, 2017, Arizona Daily Sun

Three and a half years after taking over the largest stewardship contract in the Forest Service’s history, Good Earth Power AZ has new leadership that is looking to turn the company’s troubled operations around. 104 more words

Bioenergy

[NEWS] Biomass Deal Will Increase Electricity Rates in Hawaii

– by John Burnett, May 27, 2017, Hawaii Tribune Herald

If Hu Honua Bioenergy’s long-delayed biomass power plant were to go online by the end of 2018, Hawaii Electric Light Company’s ratepayers would see increases in their electricity bills, according to an analysis HELCO filed Wednesday with the state Public Utilities Commission of a proposed power purchase agreement. 145 more words

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