Tuesday, October 22, 2013

[biofuelwatch] Questions Remain About Future of Texas Biomass Incinerator



Questions remain about future of biomass facility

- by Rhonda Oaks, October 20, 2013. Source: The Lufkin News

Since a judge’s ruling in May allowed an outside management company to assume control of the idled Aspen Power plant in North Lufkin, many citizens have questioned the status of the 57-megawatt facility that was intended to be the state’s first wood-waste biomass electricity generation plant in Texas.

Those questions have gone unanswered by officials of...[READ MORE]










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Josh Schlossberg
Anti-Biomass Incineration Campaign, Energy Justice Network

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Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass.

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