Biomass Power Association Re-Brands as American Biomass Energy Association

American Biomass Energy Association
March 5, 2024
Category: Carbon, Climate & Bioenergy
Region: United States

Richmond, VA – The Biomass Power Association (BPA) announced today it is changing its name, effective immediately, to the American Biomass Energy Association (ABEA). The announcement was made by ABEA Executive Director Carrie Annand on the first day of the 17th Annual International Biomass Conference & Expo in Richmond. The American Biomass Energy Association will seamlessly step into BPA’s role leading the charge to advance the use of clean, renewable, and reliable domestic biomass energy through legislative and regulatory advocacy. ABEA members own and operate more than 80 biomass power plants in 20 states across the U.S. and produce eco-friendly renewable energy solutions that provide communities with always-on, locally-sourced power that replaces the need for foreign oil or burning fossil fuels. Most ABEA member companies convert wood and wood products including forest debris, wood “leftovers” from logging activities, and other discarded items into clean electricity.

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