Four distinguished Board Directors re-elected for their meritorious services to the organization
Washington, D.C. - December 1, 2015 - The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) announced today the re-election of four distinguished members of the Board.
At the November 17 Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C., all four directors up for election were re-elected, including Dan Wilson of Wilson Engineering Services, Christine Donovan, Senior Advisor for the Biomass Energy Resource Center and Director of Business Strategy and Innovation at Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, Andrew Haden, Founder and President of Wisewood, Inc., and John Ackerly, President of the Alliance for Green Heat.
"BTEC is developing market opportunities for expanding the use of sustainable ag and forest resources, offering renewable sources of heat and combined heat and power (CHP) that meet our nation's goals for reducing reliance on fossil fuels. BTEC is an important organization whose main mission is to expand these markets and reduce barriers to technology adoption," said Dan Wilson. "I am honored to receive the trust of the membership of this organization and look forward to continuing to serve BTEC during these exciting times."
"I am looking forward to the four re-elected Directors to provide BTEC with continued guidance for the implementation of BTEC's policy and regulatory work, expansion of the organization's array of technical services, standards work, educational and certification programs, and industry events over the next years," said Joel Stronberg, BTEC Executive Director.
A complete listing of BTEC's Board of Directors is available at www.biomassthermal.org/about/board.asp. For organizations and individuals interested in the BTEC and its activities, visitwww.biomassthermal.org.
About the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC)
The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) is an association of biomass fuel producers, appliance manufacturers and distributors, supply chain companies and non-profit organizations that view biomass thermal energy as a renewable, responsible, clean and energy-efficient pathway to meeting America's energy needs. BTEC engages in research, education, and public advocacy for the fast growing biomass thermal energy industry. For more information, visit www.biomassthermal.org