Template for Estimating County Level Energy Use and Renewable Energy Potential
Welcome to the AURI renewable energy template. This document contains instructions and data for estimating the renewable energy potential and energy demand for a county or region. The primary intent of the template is to provide a “how to” manual for inventorying biomass resources and determining local and/or regional markets for renewable energy.
This tool can be used as a first step for identifying renewable energy opportunities and assisting with developing a preliminary feasibility assessment for identified renewable energy ventures. If you have any questions please contact Randy Hilliard, AURI Project Development Director by email at email@example.com or phone at 218-281-9006 (Direct), 218-280-8573 (Cell).
File attached: AURI Template Rev 2 April 9 09 Issue.pdf
File attached: Worksheet Template (Excel Spreadsheet)
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