SAFER Bioeconomy Case Study Series: Bioenergy at Longwood University

With a mission of serving “as a catalyst for regional prosperity and advancement,” Longwood University has turned its need for energy into an opportunity for regional innovation.

Longwood University’s campus of 4,500 students in Farmville, Virginia, now supplies 85 percent of its heating and hot water needs from bioenergy. The feedstock used to fuel that energy comes from regional mill operations, all within 45 minutes of the campus.

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