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Laidlaw EcoPower Plans New Biomass Plant in New Hampshire.

ENERGY RESOURCE-10 October 2006-Laidlaw EcoPower Plans New Biomass Plant in New Hampshire(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.jeraone.com

Laidlaw Energy Group Inc. affiliate Laidlaw EcoPower LLC today announced plans to build a new commercial biomass energy plant next to its existing plant in central New Hampshire.

Laidlaw EcoPower LLC is a joint venture between Laidlaw Energy and EcoPower LLC.

Once completed, the proposed project will generate approximately 16 megawatts of gross electric capacity.

The proposed project involves upgrades to the combustion system of a current non-operating 16 megawatt biomass energy facility and incorporating advanced combustion control equipment, supplemented, said the company, with a highly advanced emissions control system.

The result will enable the plant to resume operations in 2007 and generate a significant amount of clean, green energy for export to the power grid, Laidlaw said.

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