With New York State’s new progressive green energy goals, we should all be thinking about how we need to prepare for a carbonless footprint. Many options are under study or are being implemented. This particular solution caught our attention as it uses processed “liquid trees” that is the result of processing biomass and turning it into a wood-based fuel. Bates College in Lewiston, MA is giving it a go to meet their goals. Click here to read more. There is little doubt we will be making changes to how we obtain energy without creating carbon output.
Could “liquid trees” help us reach our green energy goals?
Date: June 28, 2019