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.

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National Bioenergy Day is October 20! Celebrate with us by showcasing your #biomassthermal heating and combined heat and power #CHP projects.

The President has signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 - as of next year, residential biomass heating systems are eligible for a 26% tax credit! Happy New Year! See BTEC's statement on this hard won victory:

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:

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: via @AKpublicnews

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