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Biomass fuel really needs to be burned in a clean incinerator. Hopefully, Hu Honua is using newer technology boilers. Hu Honua is kind of a worry since they don't seem to be making much progress (recent video bigislandvideonews shows just some covered equipment laying around the floor) and the recent Big Carbon bankruptcy shows how these giant projects can run into cost overruns, especially in the current economic climate. Also, Ignazio said HELCO is looking at converting one or more diesel burning plants , if Hu Honua is successful. A lot is riding on that. As for pulp material, there is a lot of albizia in Puna that nobody would miss and it could be trucked at night to reduce traffic congestion.

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