November 2004
BioCycle;Nov2004, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p60
Trade Publication
Discusses the renewable energy program and policy in New York state. Strategies to increase biomass power and on the use of clean technologies to include biogas systems; Efforts to increase fuel diversity, reduce exposure to fossil fuel price spikes and to deal with increasing economic development activity; Environmental considerations.


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