Connecticut biomass energy project nears end of construction

Engineering firm Leidos said a planned $225 million, 37.5 MW biomass energy project in Connecticut has reached substantial completion.

The Plainfield Renewable Energy project will use wood from construction and demolition debris, recycled wood pallets and land clearing materials. Connecticut Light & Power will purchase 80 percent of the output from the plant that will be operated by Leidos.

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