Realizing Plants’ Full Potential: Electricity from Biomass. By Becky Schanz and Megan Garvey Chicago-Kent College of Law Energy Law Presentation* email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. Overview of Presentation. Introduction and Background
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By Becky Schanz and Megan Garvey
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Energy Law Presentation*
The Existing Power Plant
The Economy $$$
Differences between biomass and coal
DOE’s Biopower Program
Niagara Mohawk Power Co. Basis
Madison Gas & Electric
American Electric Power
Illinois Power Company
Northern Indiana Public Service Co.
And MANY more!!Furthermore, Numerous Other Power Plants are Exploring the Benefits of Co-Firing
Co-Firing biomass capitalizes on the large investment and infrastructure associated with the existing coal-fired power plants while traditional pollutants (SO2; NOX) and net GHGs (CO2; CH4) are decreased!!
1. Energy Policy Act of 2003 (Energy Bill/S. 2095)
2. Biomass R&D Initiative of 2003
3. Bioenery Initiative
4. Ag. Risk Protection Act of 2000 (P.L. 106-224); Title III. Biomass R&D Act
5. Green Power Purchasing Goal
6. Renewable Energy Systems and Energy Efficiency Improvement Program
7. CAA amendments