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Transforming Wood Heat in America:

Washington Wood Heat symposium

On July 13, the Alliance for Green Heat held the Washington Wood Heat Symposium at the Forest Service headquarters. The Symposium was partially funded by a grant from the Forest Service’s Wood Education and Resource Center and attended by more than 50 people from government, industry and non-profits. Here are the powerpoint presentations.

The Scale and Potential of Wood Heat: Why Everyman's Renewable will Outpace Solar: John Ackerly President, Tatiana Butler Program Director, Alliance for Green Heat

- The Technological Innovations of Today and Tomorrow in Wood & Pellet Appliances: Jack Goldman, President & CEO, Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association
"Wood and Pellet Appliances Goldman"

Scaling up Wood Pellet Heat. A Guide to Growing the American Market: Jon Strimling, President and CEO of

How Europe Promotes Wood Heat and Challenges For America: Scott Nichols, President, Tarm USA
"EU vs US Biomass Nichols"

Impact of Incentives: Driving Demand for Efficient Products: Steve Nadel, President, ACEEE

Firewood/Pellet Sustainability: A Widespread, Low Impact Harvest: David Atkins, National Woody Biomass Program Manager, US Forest Service

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