University of Maryland Extension

2012 Accelerating Wood Energy in Maryland Conference

Recordings of PowerPoints from the conference, November 14, 2012
(available at our YouTube channel's "Accelerating Wood Energy in Maryland" playlist here)

Accelerating Wood Energy in Maryland: Introduction & Sponsors

Jonathan S. Kays, University of Maryland Extension

 

Biomass Thermal in the Northeast - Industry Organization and Partnerships to Accelerate Growth
Charlie Niebling, New England Wood Pellet

 

Wood Game Changers in Maryland
Kyle Haas, Clean Energy Program Manager, Maryland Energy Administration, with following remarks by Maryland State Delegate Dan Mizeur

 

Why Bioenergy is Good for the Economy (and the Environment)
Dr. William Strauss, FutureMetrics

 

Remarks
Maryland State Delegate Dana Stein

 

Wood and Air Quality: How the Technology Addresses the Issue
John Hinckley, Resource Systems Group, Inc.

 

Remarks
Maryland State Delegate Wendell Beitzel

 

Marking Maryland a National Leader in Clean Wood Heating
John Ackerley, Alliance for Green Heat

 

Sustainability of the Wood Resource: What is Realistic?
Dan Rider, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Forest Service

 

Financing Wood Energy Systems
Attorney Jay Gede


Panel Discussion Part 1: Creating a Biomass Industry in Maryland
Jack Neil (Jack Neil Associates LLC), Charlie Niebling (New England Wood Pellet), Dan Wilson (Pennsylvania Biomass Association)

 

Panel Discussion Part 2: Creating a Biomass Industry in Maryland
Jack Neil (Jack Neil Associates LLC), Charlie Niebling (New England Wood Pellet), Dan Wilson (Pennsylvania Biomass Association)

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