New Glasgow to study biomass heat as way to meet climate goals

A $755,000 feasibility study will be done on switching New Glasgow to biomass heating. (Robert Short/CBC)

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In what may seem a counter-intuitive solution to meeting its climate goals, New Glasgow will be conducting a feasibility study on burning renewable biomass to heat 90 per cent of the town's buildings.

Natural Resources Canada announced June 6 it would contribute $515,000 toward the $755,000 study.

 

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Source: CBC News

 

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