Released November 5, 2012
by Mike Stucka
A proposed $100 million wood pellet plant on the Wilkinson-Jones county border was given a thumbs-up Monday.
The Middle Georgia Regional Commission decided Monday that the plant was in the best interest of the region and therefore of the state. That’s one important hurdle for the plant, said Ben Easterlin, senior vice president for operations at Enova Energy Corp., which hopes to build the facility.
--continued on Macon Telegraph, http://www.macon.com/2012/11/05/2238677/100-million-plant-gets-thumbs.ht...
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There are many factors that help determine the use woody biomass for energy production. Below we consider the decision-making points involved in the process.