Newbiosphere_250x250_medium NEWBio - Northeast Biomass Consortium

The Northeast Woody/Warm-season Biomass Consortium (NEWBio) is a regional network of universities, businesses, and governmental organizations dedicated to building robust, scalable, and sustainable value chains for biomass energy in the Northeast. Driven by the broad societal benefits that sustainable bioenergy value chains could provide, NEWBio aims to overcome existing barriers and dramatically increase the sustainable, cost-effective supply of lignocellulosic biomass while reducing net greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing ecosystem services, and building vibrant communities.

Led by Penn State University, NEWBio includes partners from Cornell University, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, West Virginia University, Delaware State University, Ohio State University, Rutgers University, USDA’s Eastern Regional Research Center, and DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Idaho National Laboratory.

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Btu Ratings

Can I have the btu ratings for the energy resources in the USA?

Outside United States ag energy energy btu Posted almost 4 years ago


biochar is it good for cattle feed ? cost benefit?

Jefferson County Pennsylvania biochar beef cattle nutrition Posted about 5 years ago