Biomass Residuals and CHP Focus of February 10th BTEC Webinar
From wood residuals large and small, combined heat and power (CHP) from waste biomass is an economic and proven means of waste elimination. The benefits are indisputable: distributed biomass shrinks the radius to acquire and transport fuel sources, and can eliminate the costs of transporting and landfilling biomass waste streams. Today, technology is in place to generate heat and electricity from large to small-scale biomass in ways that are economical and efficient.
Join this February 10th webinar at 1PM ET from the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) and hear three companies’ experiences in generating heat and electricity from biomass residuals. Register here >>
BTEC Opens Bulk Pellet Storage Best Management Practice Document for Stakeholder Review and Feedback
January 6, 2015 - BTEC's Technical and Regulatory Affairs subcommittee on bulk pellet storage has produced the following document, "Quality and Safety Assurance: Best Management Practice for the Storage of Loose Bulk Wood Pellets for Small and Medium Scale Central Heating Systems." The report is available here >>
Biomass stakeholders are invited to review the document and submit comments now through March 6, 2015 to email@example.com. In order for comments to be fully considered, submissions must be received as Word or PDF files.
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BTEC Announces Three New Resources for Biomass and HVAC System Developers, Designers, and Installers
The tools include a special free thermal storage lecture, an online project cost calculator, and a 10 week training course taught by industry leader John Siegenthaler
December 18, 2014 - The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC), the national voice for biomass heating fuels and technologies, announced today the availability of three educational resources for biomass and traditional heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) designers and installers. These resources were designed to meet the need of today's growing biomass heating sector, including such topics as fundamental biomass design principles, estimating project costs and financing, and monitoring thermal storage.
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