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Biomass supply issues raised over OPG Thunder Bay

January 27, 2014, Thunder Bay, Ont. – A community organization is expressing concerns over the amount of biomass that is being planned for the Thunder Bay Generating Station.


January 27, 2014
By Canadian Biomass

January 27, 2014, Thunder Bay, Ont. – A community
organization is expressing concerns over the amount of biomass that is being
planned for the Thunder Bay Generating Station.

The group know as Common Voice Northwest, which has been
studying energy demands and consumption in the region, believes that the
biomass quota allowed by the Ontario government for the OPG station in Thunder
Bay will not be enough to sustain the community during harsh winter conditions.

According to calculations from the group, the recent cold
spell in Thunder Bay would have used the projected 15,000 tonne supply
(expected to create 25,000-30,000 MWH of energy) of advanced biomass by January
26th.

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