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The @IEA Renewables 2020 report outlines current and projected renewable heat demand. Industry bioheat consumption in 2025 is expected to exceed the 2019 level by over 10%, and bioheat in buildings rises by just over 10% during 2021-25: https://t.co/R0Yv9lXXcg

The Kupreanof Island Village of Kake in Alaska received a USDA grant to design a #biomass direct heating system for several public buildings. The boiler would save the community around $100,000 per year and utilize local materials: https://t.co/lTxBKbmFl5 via @AKpublicnews

Studies found that long-distance transport doesn't negate the climate benefits of #biomass as a #renewableenergy source. GHG emissions associated with transporting pellets between North America &EU represent 5% of the life cycle GHG emissions of hard coal https://t.co/6jakZzPgzV

The U.S. Forest Service will be accepting applications for Wood Innovations Grants and Community Wood Energy and Wood Innovation Grants. About $10 million is available for wood energy system installation and utilization projects: https://t.co/kAR3JkeLGh via @BiomassMagazine

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