Monday, November 11, 2013

Biomass Energy Plant Opens; Slapping Doyle, Walker Killed One in 2011

Wisconsin is finally open to greener, biomass energy production, but if Scott Walker had not cancelled a coal-fired plant's conversion to biomass energy in Madison right after taking office, the We Energies Domtar Paper Corp. generating plant that opened in Rothschild would be the state's second.

About the Rothschild plant, here.

And the one Walker nixed in Madison to stand against environmentalism and anything Jim Doyle had helped initiate (similar to the Amtrak line), here.

1 comment:

kristahiles said...

Biomass energy consumption is rising day6 by day. this growth is result of increased consumption of biomass to produce biofuels.Statistics showed that in 2013 nearly 50% of the free energy is produced from these resources.