This Midwestern-focused webinar is the final installment of a three-part mini-series highlighting biomass heating in different regions of the country. Attend the webinar and hear from three speakers as they discuss development of biomass heat in the Midwest, including a current overview of the region’s biomass heating use, discussion on barriers and opportunities for market development, and examination of successful biomass policies.
This is the twelfth webinar in a 14-part series hosted by the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) and funded in part by the Forest Service's Wood Education and Resource Center (WERC).
View this webinar and learn:
-- How the Midwest can sustainably manage private and public forests for biomass heat
-- How wood heat can create jobs in the Midwest
-- Ways to overcome technical and logistical challenges
-- Successful policies on the state-level and how they may be implemented regionally
Michael Curci, Business Development Manager and Retail Sales Consultant, Indeck Energy
Becky Philipp, Project Development Coordinator, Agricultural Utilization Research Institute
Pamela Porter, Midwest Office Director, Biomass Energy Resource Center
Moderated by Gregg Mast, V.P. - Agriculture & Biomass Business Cluster, BioBusiness Alliance of MinnesotaTM
Introductions by Joseph Seymour, BTEC Executive Director
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