Biomass experts realize fossil fuels still king of the hill

by Amy McCullough

Published: May 15,2011

Tags: biomass, Dr. Sumesh Arora, Isaac Panzarella, Leonard Bentz, Pete Weisenberger, Tamme Bufkin

Biomass advocates agree that the United States will continue to depend on fossil fuels for bulk power but would like to see those fuels to be further offset and supplemented by alternate sources of energy. It was with that premise that the Mississippi Biomass and Renewable Energy Council held its 10th-annual conference at Biloxi’s Beau […]

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