Did you know that Alabama spent 14 percent of its Gross State Product on energy in 2010? That Louisiana ranked sixth in the nation for biomass electricity generation that year? Or, that Missouri consumed 5.5 million barrels of ethanol? Learn more quick bioenergy facts about your state via the 2012 Bioenergy State Fact Sheets, just released by the Southeast Agriculture & Forestry Energy Resources Alliance (SAFER). In addition to facts on biomass resources, land uses, energy expenditures and electricity prices, the fact sheets also include a map highlighting the location and type of biomass facilities in each state.
Southeast Agriculture & Forestry
Energy Resources Alliance
107 Cedar Ridge Drive
Canton, MS 39046
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