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|Wednesday, May 26, 2010|
Biomass energy is a "reliable renewable," because it works whether the wind is blowing or the sun is shining.
Iberdrola Renewables is hoping to build on its past success, including a plant in Tacoma, by building a new Biomass plant in Lake County, Central Oregon.
Read the article at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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