The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) advances the sustainable use of wood and agricultural biomass for clean, efficient heat and combined heat and power to meet America's energy needs and strengthen local economies.
BTEC is an association of biomass fuel producers, appliance manufacturers and distributors, supply chain companies and non-profit organizations that view biomass thermal energy as a renewable, responsible, clean and energy-efficient pathway to meeting America’s energy needs. BTEC engages in research, education, and public advocacy for the fast growing biomass thermal energy industry. Learn more about BTEC and its vision >>
NEBHX 2017 registration information is now available! Visit nebiomassheat.com for updates >>
BTEC "Perspectives on Thermal Storage" Webinar Now Open for Registration!
BTEC is kicking off its newest webinar series with an October 21 webinar called "Perspectives on Thermal Storage." We are bringing together industry experts to discuss a number of perspectives on the use of thermal storage with high-efficiency biomass heating systems. This webinar reunites panelists from the most highly rated conference session at NEBHX 2016 last March for a renewed look at questions of efficiency, effectiveness, and heating system design.
This webinar is now free for all particicpants!
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/478821199177335298
Webinar ID: 704-407-547
Read more on our webinars page >>
BTEC Welcomes Its Newest Members!
To sponsor a webinar, contact Ben Bell-Walker >>
|University of Massachusetts Amherst - Clean Energy Extension
The transition to clean energy is critical for Massachusetts to meet its greenhouse gas reduction commitments and provides an opportunity to foster new economic development in the Commonwealth. The UMass Clean Energy Extension provides a resource dedicated to reduce market barriers and accelerate the adoption of clean energy for Massachusetts cities and towns, businesses, institutions, farms, low income and other multiunit housing, and others. Read more >>
New report documents $36 million annual state economic benefit from modern wood heating of community, commercial and institutional buildings in NH
National Bioenergy Day: turning waste into value
Concord, New Hampshire, October 20, 2016 - "The NH Wood Energy Council, a not-for-profit public education and outreach organization, today released a report documenting the economic and environmental benefits of heating community, commercial and institutional buildings with modern wood chip and pellet technology." Read more >>
Washington, DC, October 18, 2016 - "National Bioenergy Day – tomorrow, Oct. 19 – is a showcase for a nationwide network of biomass facilities producing heat, electricity and byproducts from woody biomass and agricultural waste. One hoped-for result: new federal support for biomass energy."
"Jeff Serfass, executive director of the Biomass Thermal Energy Council, a non-profit trade association, hopes Bioenergy Day will spark new awareness of biomass energy’s importance and far greater use of the industry’s vast untapped potential." Read more >>
Join BTEC for "BTEC and Brews" at Upcoming Industry Events
BTEC will be hosting a "BTEC and Brews" event at Heating the Midwest on October 12! Read more on our events page >>
BTEC Updates Mission and Vision Statement
Washington, DC, July 22, 2016 – The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) announced today its updated mission and vision statements. Read more >>
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