Nineteen biomass projects in 10 states have been chosen by the Western Regional Biomass Energy program to receive almost $1 million in funding. The projects anticipate adding at least $2.14 million in funds from other sources. Western requires winners to at least match the grants dollar-for-dollar.
Winning projects include: Colusa Country, Calif., Fife Environmental; Durham, Calif., Langerwerf Dairy; Fountain Valley, Calif, Cyclus Envirosystems; Valencia, Calif., Appel Consultants; Denver, Colo., City and County of Denver; Manhattan, Kansas, Kansas State University; Lincoln, Neb., Nebraska Soybean Board; Lincoln, Neb., University of Nebraska; Nebraska City, Neb., National Arbor Day Foundation; York, Neb., High Plains Corp.; South Lake Tahoe, Nev., Nevada Tahoe Conservation District; Albuquerque, N.M., Thermogenics; Grand Forks, N.D., University of North Dakota; Tulsa, Okla., Primenergy; Stillwater, Okla., Oklahoma State University; Tahoka, Texas, Cratach; Canyon, Texas, West Texas A&M University; Austin, Texas, Texas Renewable Energy Industries Assoc.; and Yellowstone National Park, University of Denver. p