PA Biomass Energy Association Expands to Mid-Atlantic

Today, the Pennsylvania Biomass Energy Association (PBEA) announced that it has expanded its focus beyond the keystone state to the region and will now be known as the Mid-Atlantic Bioenergy Council (MABEC). The material focus of the organization remains the same: representing the use of biomass to produce clean heat, power, biogas and soil amendments, but now the organization is geographically expanded from Pennsylvania to the Mid-Atlantic region. The council remains dedicated to supporting the use of biomass in the residential, small business, commercial, institutional, agricultural, and industrial sectors.

MABEC Board Chair, John Costlow, President of the Sustainable Energy Fund remarked: “More than anything, this move is a reflection of our members’ business interests which have never been confined to one state.  This expanded focus will allow MABEC to better support the biomass energy industry, in all its forms, and create new opportunities for its businesses and our organization.”

MABEC can be found online at www.mabec.org and Twitter @MABEC_.

About the Mid-Atlantic Bioenergy Council

The Mid-Atlantic Bioenergy Council (MABEC) is the non-profit trade association representing the use of biomass to produce clean heat, power, fuels and soil amendments throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. We educate and advocate for the use of biomass for all kinds of energy in the residential, small business, commercial, institutional, agricultural, and industrial sectors.  Find us on the web at www.mabec.org, Twitter @MABEC_ and on Flickr.

You can view a PDF of this press release here.

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