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Pellet power: Could biomass become a carbon-neutral fuel for heat and electricity?

As small trees and other woody debris are harvested, other trees are growing across the landscape. So, argues Warnell associate professor and RBC affiliate Puneet Dwivedi, it’s not that a tree that was cut to produce pellets would take another 10 years to grow back, but more accurately that across the landscape, other small trees are growing to replace what was cut.