Reposted here from the Rutland Herald. Published: June 22, 2011 The idea of a self-sufficiently, locally based economy has wide appeal among Vermonters, some of whom came to a forum on energy in Rutland last week to urge greater reliance on locally produced energy.
Reposted here from the Bennington Banner. KEITH WHITCOMB JR. Thursday April 21, 2011 POWNAL — A proposal to build a 29.5-megawatt biomass and integrated wood pellet manufacturing facility has been dropped.
Bennington Banner: Beaver Wood sees setback PSB: We have no jurisdiction over pellet manufacturing side
Reposted here from the Bennington Banner. KEITH WHITCOMB JR. Posted: 04/04/2011 10:59:16 PM EDT Monday April 4, 2011 POWNAL — A company proposing two 29.5-megawatt biomass and wood pellet factories in Pownal and Fair Haven has been dealt another setback.
Reposted here from the Times Argus. Published: April 3, 2011 Opponents of the wind project proposed for the Lowell Mountain range vented their frustrations last week at a hearing on Vermont’s new energy plan.
Reposted here from the Bennington Banner. POWNAL – Beaver Wood Energy, LLC, has announced that it will delay production on its proposed biomass power plant at the former Green Mountain Race Track for one year, while it will move forward with a sister project in Fair Haven.
Bennington Banner: Pro-biomass group forming Business owners want ‘Citizens for a Prosperous Pownal’
Published: February 19, 2011 BENNINGTON — Bennington College will be hosting a panel discussion of environmental researchers and experts to discuss biomass-fueled energy production in Vermont. The event is set for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 9, in response to public concern about the proposed wood-fueled electric generation plant proposed by Beaver Wood Energy in […]