Syracuse Common Council Hears Green Power Plans
Shrub willow fuel source developed by ESF researchers
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The Syracuse Common Council learned details of a new power plant project at a work session Wednesday, August 9, 2006. The fuel for the power plant will come from shrub willow developed by SUNY-ESF partnering with Siemens and O'Brien and Gere Engineering. A story about the project was aired on 9 WSYR TV during their evening news.
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