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Rural Energy for America Program (REAP)

Grants and loan guarantees are currently available through U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). The funding is available to farmers and small rural businesses for renewable energy and energy efficiency equipment, energy technical assistance, energy audits, and feasibility studies. More information and other deadlines are available here. The Fall 2015 REAP funding round is now open. Applications will be [ MORE » ]
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Southeast Woody Bioenergy Inventory

This Southeast regional woody bioenergy inventory is based on literature review, analysis of published datasets, and a survey of industry developers. All woody biomass technologies are covered (wood pellets, biomass electricity, CHP, thermal, and cellulosic biofuels). Our study was first motivated by sustainability concerns and the question, is woody biomass utilization in the Southeastern US proceeding too rapidly or too slowly? By compiling and [ MORE » ]
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CEB Biodiesel Retail Station – Atlanta

Highlights Clean Energy Biofuels’ biodiesel operation in Atlanta, GA. CEB is a full circle biodiesel company. We collect waste grease from local restaurants, process it at our 100% solar-powered production facility and sell it at the retail level at our fueling station at 250 Arizona Ave. near Candler Park. More information can be found at http://cleanenergybiofuels.com
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TVA Region Biomass assessment

SACE-IRP-comments-Attachment-3.pdf
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SACE Comments in Response to TVA’s Draft IRP wAppx

SACE’s comments in response to TVA’s Draft Integrated Resource Plan and Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement consist of four documents: SACE’s substantive comments; Attachment 1: Yes We Can: Southern Solutions for a National Renewable Energy Standard; Attachment 2: Independent Solar Assessment: Phase 1 — Penetration Levels and Costs; and Attachment 3: Woody Biomass Supply and Forest Resource Issues. SACE_TVA_IRP_Comments_wAppx.pdf
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SACE Comments in Response to TVA’s Draft IRP

SACE’s comments in response to TVA’s Draft Integrated Resource Plan and Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement consist of four documents: SACE’s substantive comments; Attachment 1: Yes We Can: Southern Solutions for a National Renewable Energy Standard; Attachment 2: Independent Solar Assessment: Phase 1 — Penetration Levels and Costs; and Attachment 3: Woody Biomass Supply and Forest Resource Issues. SACE-TVA-IRP-Comments.pdf
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BPA-NRDC biomass letter to EPA

BPA-NRDC-Letter-9-15-10.pdf
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Navigant: Job Impacts of a 25% by 2025 RES

A new study conducted by Navigant Consulting looking at the job impacts that a National Renewable Electricity Standard of 25% by 2025 would bring. The key finding: the renewable energy industry would support 274,000 more jobs with a 25% by 2025 national RES than it would without a national RES. Read more of the summary report here.RES-Jobs-Navigant-Study-Bkgndr.pdf
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Guiding Principles for Forest Biomass

Guiding_Principles.pdf
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WRI: Local Clean Power

Local Clean Power was produced in partnership between Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Southface and the World Resources Institute. As a Southeast regional assessment of renewable energy potential, the report clarifies that the region can meet a progressive renewable energy rule of 25 percent production by 2025.Local-Clean-Power_WRI.SACE_.Southface.pdf