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Biomass Fuel Project



Erin Hazen
Renewable Energy Business Development Manager

The UI Power Plant pioneered a unique and innovative source of biomass fuel -- oat hulls, and is currently investigating and testing a number of other biomass fuels to meet the goal of a coal-free campus by 2025, including Miscanthus grass, wood chips, and green energy pellets.

See Biomass Fuel Project page for more information. 

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