UPDATED: EPA proposes MACT revisions

Following a reconsideration period, the U.S. EPA has proposed revisions to its Maximum Achievable Control Technology standards for certain boilers and incinerators.
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Oneida biomass plant gets final approval

The proposed Oneida Seven Generations Corp. biomass power plant in Green Bay, Wis., has received final approval from the U.S. DOE, leaving just a few hoops to jump through before construction can begin.
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RWE npower's 750-MW biomass power plant fires up

Within the next two weeks, RWE npower's Tilbury, England, coal plant will be commissioned as a dedicated biomass power plant with an astonishing output of about 750 megawatts.
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BTEC elects new board members, names Seymour executive director

The Biomass Thermal Energy Council elected new members to the board of directors and named Joseph Seymour as executive director.
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Ontario biomass plant conversion in final regulatory stage

Ontario Power Generation's biomass repowering project in Atikokan, Ontario, has entered the last part of the regulatory approval process: a 30-day public comment on the Ontario Ministry of Environment's review of its Certificate of Approval.
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BPA joins 1603 Coalition

The Biomass Power Association joined with the 1603 Coalition Nov. 30 to sign onto a letter to Congressional leadership urging the extension of the Department of the Treasury's Section 1603 Program.
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Enviva announces development of Virginia pellet mill

Just months after announcing development of a new pellet mill in North Carolina, Enviva LP announced another new facility, this time for Courtland, Va.
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Report: AD has potential in the Midwest

Residual biomass could be sustainably used to produce about 15 percent of the Midwest's electricity, or around 17 percent of the region's gasoline needs, according to a new study released by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
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Heating the Midwest will hold first conference in April

Heating the Midwest 2012 Conference and Expo: Building the Vision will bring together leaders in the biomass thermal industry to discuss strategies for expanding the use of biomass in the Midwest.
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Springfield City Council vote on biomass plant appeal delayed

A vote by the Springfield, Mass., City Council to appeal the building commissioner's approval of permits for a 35-megawatt biomass power plant has been delayed by a call for a financial impact analysis.
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Report: Biomass has great global potential

One-fifth of the world's energy demands could be met with biomass without damaging food production, according to a new report released by the U.K. Energy Research Centre.
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U.K.'s RHI open for applications

After a delay in implementation and a reduction to large biomass power tariff levels, the U.K.'s Renewable Heat Incentive is open for applications as of Nov. 28.
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