Potawatomi get funding for renewable projects

Posted on February 5, 2010. Filed under: Biomass, Digesters, Solar, Wind |


From a news release issued by the U.S. Department of Energy:

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu this week announced the selection of five projects to receive a combined US $20.5 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to support deployment of community-based renewable energy projects including biomass, wind and solar installations.

“Smaller, more localized renewable energy systems need to play a role in our comprehensive energy portfolio,” Secretary Chu said. “These projects will help create jobs, expand our clean energy economy, and help us cut carbon pollution at the local level. . . .”

Projects selected for awards:

The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe in Wisconsin will install a 1.25-MW biomass combined heat and power facility that will provide heating, cooling and electricity, a 150-kW biogas digester and generation facility, as well as three 100-kW wind turbines and three dual-axis 2.88 kW solar PV panels located at the Tribe’s Governmental Center using $2.5 million from DOE.

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