Biomass breathing new life into coal plants
Public Service Co. of New Hampshire took three coal-fired boilers and converted them to ones that could also burn wood chips at a cost of $75 million. But the new 50-megawatt facility actually has lower operational costs, higher earnings and reduced emissions, the company says.
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