Presentation Title

Biomass Energy in Vermont

Presenter's Name(s)

Olivia LopezFollow

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to assess the feasibility of Vermont’s ability to move away from fossil fuels and towards wood as a fuel for biomass energy. This research hopes to aggregate information on wood energy from a broad point of view, while focusing on the feasibility of using wood energy as biofuel for the state of Vermont. Assessing surrounding states such as Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, and New York, will help to determine whether or not bioenergy could be feasible for Vermont.

Primary Faculty Mentor Name

Luben Dimov

Status

Undergraduate

Student College

Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources

Program/Major

Forestry

Primary Research Category

Food & Environment Studies

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Biomass Energy in Vermont

The purpose of this research is to assess the feasibility of Vermont’s ability to move away from fossil fuels and towards wood as a fuel for biomass energy. This research hopes to aggregate information on wood energy from a broad point of view, while focusing on the feasibility of using wood energy as biofuel for the state of Vermont. Assessing surrounding states such as Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, and New York, will help to determine whether or not bioenergy could be feasible for Vermont.