The best way to use our ‘available’ wood

It’s good for heat, not electricity generation

MASSACHUSETTS GENERATES a lot of wood. Sturbridge, for example, spent more than $300,000 removing trees killed by drought and gypsy moths. Utilities, local and state governments, and private contractors chop down lots of trees for safety and environmental reasons. Industries also produce clean wood residue from manufacturing and crating.  It all adds up to millions of tons(...)

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