At a forestry workshop in Hawaii earlier this summer, Dr. John R. Shelly of the University of California, Berkeley summarized the benefits of woody biomass-produced electricity derived from biomass power plants similar to Hu Honua Bioenergy as offsetting high costs for thinning forests, reducing fire hazards and wildfire potential, and contributing to landfill disposal diversion.
Bioenergy in Hawaii
Status UpdateDecember 19
HHB is moving forward on site construction and has reached a settlement with HDCC... Read More
Hu Honua has recently received two shipments of specialized equipment in Hilo... Read More
Local bioenergy plants like HHB help the state reduce dependency on fossil fuel and provide a use for forestry bi-products... Read More
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