Canadian Biomass Magazine

City reverses decision on biomass plant

August 30, 2012

August 30, 2012, Montpelier, VT – City officials have reversed course one week after rejecting plans to build a new biomass plant in Montpelier.

According to a report, with just a few slight tweaks, city councilors voted Wednesday night to pursue the new 20-million dollar heating plant in conjunction with the state. Most call the agreement a win-win.

After a brief one-issue special meeting, Montpelier's city council voted to build the new, larger and greener facility. The plant will replace an out-of-date facility that heats the state and federal buildings in the city. Excess heat from the new biomass generators will be sold to the city and private sector.

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