Equipment at idle biomass power plant in Maine could be moved out of state

Equipment at idle biomass power plant in Maine could be moved out of state

STAYCYVILLE, ME, Jan. 11, 2013 (PRWeb) - Sherman Development LLC, is working in conjunction with Niagara Worldwide to present the former Boralex Biomass Power Plant to a number of national and international energy developers for the purchase, transfer and reinstallation of the entire system. Due to its condition, up to date capability and state of the art biomass turbine boiler technology the 24MW plant is drawing attention because of its fast track reuse potential. While several groups are renewable biomass developers throughout the United States, there are a number of industrial manufacturers interested in the complete system as means to support and expand specialized plant capability.

Recently, Boralex Inc. of Montreal, Quebec, sold four of its United States-based biomass electric plants (located in Maine) which convert scrap wood to power. The deal did not include Boralex's plant in Stacyville, which was sold to Sherman Development and maintained in great condition for resale. The entire facility is set for a fast track reuse anywhere that a complete biomass facility would be needed.



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