Canadian Biomass Magazine

MSU plant adapts wood biomass fuel

June 7, 2013
By Canadian Biomass

June 7, 2013, Mich. – Michigan State University plans on becoming a 100 per cent renewable energy institute. As part of the university’s goal, the first of six, 10-acre plots of hybrid poplar trees have been planted.

The trees will be harvested, chipped and burned as a coal alternative
at the T.B. Simon power plant. The plant is the largest on-campus
consumer of fossil fuels.

For the full article visit, MSU Today.

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