Marubeni Acquires Biomass Plant in NH

Marubeni Sustainable Energy, Inc. (MSEI), announced the purchase of a 16 megawatt (MW) biomass renewable energy plant located in Springfield, New Hampshire.

The plant secures woody forest waste materials to produce more than 100,000 megawatt hours per year of electricity. This material is supplied from area timber mills and forest residue that is shipped to the plant to be burned in its environmentally controlled boiler.

“MSEI is pleased to complete this acquisition, our second such purchase within the fine state of New Hampshire,” said John Wood, Sr. Vice President of MSEI. “We are immediately beginning a significant spending plan to both renew this 20 year-old operating plant’s reliability, and to make investments in new and improved emissions equipment to ensure that the Springfield Power facility is among the cleanest and most efficient in the area.”
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