Looking for biomass fuel alternatives
Could wood and other biomass fuels become a more significant part of the Alaska energy mix, especially for rural communities?
Thoughts of a bygone era in the Alaska frontier conjure up images of rustic cabins and roaring log fires. And many a home in the state still enjoys the heat from a wood stove. But in the age of central heating and labor-saving appliances, could the humble pile of split logs find a place as a major e....
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