Wood has been in use for centuries as an energy source and holds potential for new and innovative uses, ranging from pellets for residential and commercial heating to the creation of liquid biofuels (cellulosic ethanol and diesel) and new types of clean-burning solid products. Based on a recently completed study, Thor Oleson’s article analyzes the prospects for bioenergy development in the Atlantica region (Maine, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia).
Olesen, Thor. "BioEnergy and the Forest Products Industry in the Atlantica Region." Maine Policy Review 17.2 (2008) : 107 -110, http://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mpr/vol17/iss2/16.