"Transylvania County could become home to a bio/renewable diesel fuel plant, the first of its kind in Western North Carolina," the Hendersonville Times-News reported on April 3. Local residents have organized a campaign to fight the proposal, noting that a facility that generates power by burning MSW (municipal solid waste) could turn mar an otherwise pristine valley near Brevard, possibly diminish air and water quality and bring unwanted industrial traffic to the valley.
NC-CHP Owner I, LLC of Asheville received a $5 million loan for the installation of a combined heat and power system in Montgomery County to generate steam by using a boiler system powered by wood chips. The system will also generate 5.25 million kWh of electricity per year. Brownie Newman — the vice president and director of financed projects at FLS Energy — is the listed agent for the LLC.
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