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By AMY AUGUSTINE The biomass energy company with plans to build two wood-burning biomass facilities in the state announced Monday that it brokered a deal with Public Service of New Hampshire to sell the power generated from one of its proposed sites.
Laidlaw Energy Group may or may not be the best possible developer of a biomass power plant on Old Concord Road in Henniker. More will be known after public hearings are concluded and the company has filed a formal proposal with local, state and federal authorities.
By Amy Augustine A proposal to build a wood-burning power plant has sparked questions and concerns from Henniker-area residents. The plan, which goes before the Henniker Zoning Board on Wednesday, would allow Laidlaw Energy Group to build a 20-megawatt plant for burning wood chips.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.