"Newsworthy" piece on Scott Christiansen, head of the Fractionation Development
"Newsworthy" piece on Scott Christiansen, head of the Fractionation Development Center (FDC), a Rumford-based nonprofit which aims to attract biofuel investment to Maine. The FDC and the River Valley Growth Council recently commissioned the Biorefinery Feasibility Study. The study found that in 20 years, Maine could host a network of 68 biofuel refineries that employ 7,000 workers and help convert low-value forest products to oil, propane and other fuels. Christiansen must now persuade energy companies, investors and policymakers that a forest-based biofuels industry can be realized in the state.
Fractionation Development Center Rumford, Biomass energy
Churchill, Chris, ""Newsworthy" piece on Scott Christiansen, head of the Fractionation Development" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3558.
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