Green Energy Resources Seeks Ice Storm Wood

Green Energy Resources has contacted Texas, Missouri, and Oklahoma to accept woodchips from the recent ice storm. Major cities such as St. Louis, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio have been affected. The woodchips need only be loaded on trucks, barges or rail cars for transportation.

Storm Damage woodchips are a cost-effective method of alleviating disposal costs for communities, cities and states, while supplying the global renewable energy industry. Government entities could save millions of dollars in expenses by adopting a recycling plan such as the Urban Tree Certification system (UTCS), according to Green Energy Resources. In other company news, Green Energy Resources is seeking financing to purchase two woodchip vessels. Green Energy Resources has targeted a 20% market share of the European biomass imports by 2011. Green Energy Resources will be a sponsor at two upcoming bio-energy conferences, Bio Energy Europe 2007 London in February and Chicago in April.
Previous articleWind Power on the Rise in South Korea
Next articlePowerLight Signs 120 MW Solar Cell Supply Agreement with JingAo

No posts to display