SACE | Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Forest Bioenergy Conference
Interest in forest biomass as a potential feedstock for renewable energy facilities has been especially keen for the past several years, especially in Georgia. While many issues are becoming clearer, much uncertainty remains with regard to government policy and market prices for fossil fuels. The third biennial conference, hosted by the Georgia Forestry Association and the University of Georgia Center for Forest Business, Warnell School of Forestry, will examine forest bioenergy development in Georgia. This is an excellent opportunity to hear from some of the players on the front lines of developing markets, influencing government policies, and conducting research on how these changes may impact our wood supply system.
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