People are continually seeking alternative energy sources that are both ecologically sound and economically viable. The promise of sustainable wood burning has already been widely recognized but authorities have been slow to realize the potential.
The new wood-burning facility at the Schiller Station power plant is nearly complete, and on Thursday Public Service of New Hampshire officials gave a first-hand look to one of the politicians they said made it possible. U.S. Rep Jeb Bradley, R-N.H., spent a rainy Thursday morning touring the facility, which he described as "one of the largest renewable energy efforts in the country."
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