Biomass Business Spurs New Demand

Green Energy Resources’ demand for UTCS environmentally certified wood biomass, has created an opportunity for big east coast cities and towns to develop markets for wood waste, reduce green house gases and minimize climate change. Wood biomass for renewable energy exports, must meet UTCS (urban tree certification system), certified standards to qualify for the export market. Big cities and towns can become environmentally certified, through the purchase of a UTCS software program that provides step by step instructions on renewable energy portfolios, carbon sequestration strategies, and recycled wood. The program includes 3rd party inspections and chain of custody documentation procedures. It is scheduled to be ready for market by January 2006. Green Energy Resources has supply contracts exceeding 50 million tons over the next 10 years. 10 east coast port facilities will be required to meet the demand of international renewable energy markets.


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