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Comments for: Trans-Tech delivers pneumatic wood pellet truck to Maine Energy Systems

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  • Anonymous

    What ever it takes to keep the money local. Even if the pellets are made in Canada, it’s still better than sending our money to the middle east.

  • Anonymous

    great job!!

  • Anonymous

    I burn pellets and like most Mainers do it because not only is it renewable and keeps Mainers employed it makes economic sense comared to oil.
    Remember the US is about to beocme the #1 oil producing country in the world. Thes Global market situation has changed many things. We Goverment needs to stop helping out US oil companies w/ tax breaks as these guys continue record profits!!!

  • Anonymous

    I remember when these stoves first came out, $150.00 a ton in bags….Now look at the price, something gets popular and they inflate the price..

  • The next interesting try is going to be when Millinocket’s bio-coal starts to catch on. Pellet or biocoal, the future is coming and Maine, despite LePage and his crying jag’s, is leading the way !

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